Android :: Thread Loses Message After Wait And Notify

Apr 19, 2010

I have a problem handling messages in a Thread. My run-method looks like this The problem is that the run-method logs "id from message: null" though "message ID" has a value in the Log-statement. Why does the message "lose" it's data when being send to the thread? Has it something to do with the notify?

Android :: Thread loses Message after wait and notify


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