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I am developing an application that read data from sensors and write those data to an XML file when you press a key. i have 2 activity one for button and another is an Activity who implements sensorEventListener. the problem is my main activity is button and couldn't get data from event listener activity. i think the listener activity is not active but when i create an intent and start activity with that intent the program stop working. the button is able to create XML file solely.so how could i read sensor data from sensors,and how to send them to XML file when the button got clicks.

Motorola :: Writing android sensor data to XML file


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