Android :: Bug With NotifyDataSetChanged() In ArrayAdapter ?

Jun 16, 2010

I have a strange problem with one of my ListActivity. I have overrided the default ArrayAdapter in order to customize my list. I have then filled the adapter with an ArrayList.

If I insert an element on the list and then call notifyDataSetChanged() on the adapter everything works fine.

But if I insert an element at the END of the list and then call notifyDataSetChanged(), the new element doesn't appear ...

And finally if I override getCount() on my adapter like this :


Android :: bug with notifyDataSetChanged() in ArrayAdapter ?

Android :: NotifyDataSetChanged Example

Sep 8, 2010

I'm trying to use in my Android Application the notifyDataSetChanged method for an ArrayAdapter but it doesnt't work for me.

I found as answer here, that notifyDataSetChanged should run in the main thread, but there was no example for that.

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Android :: Expandablelistview Can Not Use NotifyDataSetChanged()?

Oct 20, 2010

I want to refresh my expandablelistview, but it seems there is no way to use notifyDataSetChanged()? how can i refresh my expandablelistview?

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Android :: NotifyDataSetChanged Doesn't Work?

Sep 8, 2010

I write following application:

There is an AutoCompleteTextView field as Adapter I'm using ArrayAdapter with ListArray the ListArray consists of some constant string item and one item, which will be changed dynamically everytime user typed something in the field

I took TextChangedListener to update this last list item. But it seems, that update occurs only once.

I add a bit code of me. May be somebody can show me, what did i do wrong.


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Android :: NotifyDataSetChanged Not Working As Expected

Jan 25, 2010

The problem is that notifyDataSetChanged() is not firing up getView() of listView class.

I have an activity class in which i have Gallery Adapter and custom List Adapter (extending base class and overriding getView). What i want is, if i select any picture from gallery then, the list should get updated (dont worry about the data source now, as i am using static images for gallery and static string array for listview). After getting onClickevent from gallery i am calling notifyDataSetChanged via listView Adapter Context so that getView of listView should be called and i can supply another static string array to change the list, but getView of listView is not being called.

If i call notifyDataSetChanged from onClickEvent of listview, then getView of listView is being called. How shall we use notifyDatasetChanged to update the listview using event from another adapter.

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Android :: Difference Between NotifyDataSetChanged() And NotifyDataSetInvalidated() ?

Aug 4, 2010

I have a doubt that what is the difference between adapter.notifyDataSetChanged(); adapter.notifyDataSetInvalidated();

Because when i used both one by one, both worked exactly same. Please let me know what is the exact difference between these two.

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Android :: Adapters NotifyDataSetChanged Does Not Work

Oct 18, 2010

I have a list view which I'm trying to refresh to update it self when i add an element to the underlying array list.

Here is the code snippet:


The arrlEvents is the underlying arraylist with the events, and im adding one event, trying to update the list view with notifyDataSetChanged(), but it doesnt work.

Here is the source code for the adapter:


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Android :: Calling NotifyDataSetChanged() Throws Exception

Oct 7, 2010

I have a ListView that I'm binding to an adapter. The adapter is a protected member of my main class. I have a listener thread that receives data and updates the source list for my adapter. When I call the adapter's notifyDataSetChanged() method, an exception is thrown:

Runtime Exception: PhoneLayoutInflater(LayoutInflater).inflate(int, ViewGroup, boolean) line: 322

I've read that the notifyDataSetChanged() method has to be called on the UI thread, and I'm doing that. In fact, just to be sure, I even update the ListView's data source on the UI thread. All I do in my listener thread is update a protected member that houses the data. Here's an example of what I'm doing (note that I don't have the part of the code that calls the AsyncTask, but it's fired from a listener):


Does anyone have any pointers or ideas as to why I'm getting this exception? Any help is much appreciated.

Here are the layout files, as requested:





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Android :: NotifyDataSetChanged Doesn't Update Screen

Apr 26, 2010

I've a question about ListActivity & ListView & CursorAdpater. The problem is that my listview isn't updating when I call notifyDataSetChanged method from adapter, after I delete an item from database.

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Android :: How To Call NotifyDataSetChanged() From A Generic Adapter

May 19, 2010

An OnItemClickListener for a ListView has the following method:


I'd like to have the adapter behind the ListView refresh, and I believe this is done through the use of:


How do I use the parent parameter in the onItemClick method to do this? So far I've tried:


This throws an error because the object returned is of class HeaderViewListAdapter, which for reasons unknown isn't a subclass of BaseAdapter.

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Android :: ListView Not Getting Updated On Calling NotifyDataSetChanged()

May 26, 2010

I've created a custom listview which looks the twitter timeline and contains posts. The following function gets a list of posts from server, parses them and adds them to the list used to populate the listview.


After calling this function, the list adapter was notified of change in data set by calling


in the main thread. But the listview doesn't updated. For trail purpose I added a button on top of list view and called the populateTimeline() again and then notifyDataSetChanged() when the button was clicked. Surprisingly all the posts pop up in the ListView this time. What should be done so as to update the listview without the button click?

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Android :: IllegalStateException When Adapter.notifyDataSetChanged() Is Called

May 27, 2010

I have a very simple application. There is a refresh button, everytime it is being clicked, the adapter will call notifyDataSetChanged() to update a ListView. However, I got IllegalStateException all the time.

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Android :: NotifyDataSetChanged() Doesn't Update ListView

Aug 30, 2010


My array clearly has been updated, and I can see the change when my app starts, but why doesn't it update in this method? The code enters this method.

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Android :: Calling NotifyDataSetChanged Doesn't Fire OnContentChanged Event Of SimpleCursorAdapter

May 18, 2010

I have this scenario

onResume of an activity:


Adapter has been defined as:


And the onContentChanged event is not fired, although the onResume and the call to the adapter is issued.

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Android :: Way To Extend An ArrayAdapter?

Apr 10, 2009

I'm running into difficulties overriding an ArrayAdapter to be displayed in a ListActivity. The ArrayAdapter is filled asynchronously. What I'm trying to do is add a special "sentinel" object that sits at the beginning of the list to show the progress of the computation. Ultimately this may be a progress bar, but right now I am just using a TextView as a placeholder. The problem is that the sentinel seems to get inserted multiple times into the list - not just once at the beginning. It *seems* to be appearing once per "page" of list data (so if 8 list items fit on the screen, my sentinel appears as the 1st, then 9th, then the 17th, etc..), but that interpretation may not be accurate. While maybe not how ArrayAdapters were intended to be extended, I thought something like this should work by simply overriding getView() to show my custom TextView for index.

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Android :: Put A Vector Into My Arrayadapter?

Sep 3, 2010

I have the current code...

How would i put a vector into my array_spinner?

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Android :: Possible Databinding When Using A ArrayAdapter?

Apr 19, 2010

I need some simple databinding for a Spinner. I want to display 2 items for each dropdownitem.
So when the user clicks the spinner I get a list like code...

I understand this can be done when using a Cursor, according to the databinding info on android dev. Like code...

However, I don't get my data from a database, so I don't use a cursor, I use a ArrayAdapter. Unfortunately it looks like there is no support for databinding with this adapter.

Is there a way to do this?

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Android :: Android - NotifyDataSetChanged() Not Updating Listview After Orientation Change

Jun 21, 2010

On a click event I create a thread and start a long-running operation based on this method. After the long-running task is completed, it does a callback to another method, which does a post to the handler:

public void contentSearchModelChanged(Model_ContentSearch csm, ArrayList<Class_Reminder> newRemindersList) {
remindersList = newRemindersList;;

This works beautifully when I do this normally. However, if I change the orientation while the long-running operation is running, it doesn't work. It does make the callback properly, and the remindersList does have items in it. But when it gets to this line:


Nothing happens. The odd thing is, if I do another submit and have it run the whole process again (without changing orientation), it actually updates the view twice, once for the previous submit and again for the next. So the view updates once with the results of the first submit, then again with the results of the second submit a second later. So the adapater DID get the data, it just isn't refreshing the view. I know this has something to do with the orientation change, but I can't for the life of me figure out why. can anyone suggest an alternative method of handling threads with orientation changes?

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Android :: Why Can't Add - Remove Items From ArrayAdapter

Aug 13, 2010

I am using an ArrayAdapter<CharSequence> to populate the items to list in a android.widget.Spinner. That works all fine. But now I want to keep the list of items dynamic, i.e. I want to be able to add/remove items from the selection list at runtime. However, when I call adapter.add(item) or adapter.remove(item) I always get a UnsupportedOperationException, even though the Javadocs of the ArrayAdapter class describe these two methods as to be usable for exactly that intended purpose.

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Android :: ArrayAdapter Of Dynamic Size

Oct 19, 2010

I need a gallery to be able to hold up to thirty custom views. These views need to added or removed whenever, they also need to be able to be display in a display bow beneath the gallery. How do I do this?I looked at the doc file for arrayadapter but it requires me to use a reference Id for each view I add, but each view is all java coded. Should I just use setId upon creation of the view and just throw that id into the array adapter, or is there a way to create one without using resource id's?

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Android :: How To Select Item From Arrayadapter?

Sep 18, 2009

i m having Array Adapter it displays list views normal whenever i click on that particular item from the list it doesn't works.can u tel me how to solve this.

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Android :: Custom Filtering Using ArrayAdapter?

Apr 27, 2010

I'm trying to filter my ListView which is populated with this ArrayAdapter:


However, when I call filter('test') on the filter nothing happens at all (or the background-thread is run, but the list isn't filtered as far as the user conserns).

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Android :: Subclass Of ArrayAdapter Not Working

Nov 4, 2009

I have subclassed ArrayAdapter to set the color of text to RED if the string does not contain 100%, this has been added to a ListView. The problem is that some of the rows show as red when they contain 100%.


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Android :: Flashing Element In ArrayAdapter

Sep 12, 2010

I have an ArrayAdapter in my activity, and when a certain event occur, I'd like to make a specific element flash, or have it highlighted in some way for a couple of seconds. Is there a way to do that?

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Android : Add Item To Spinner's ArrayAdapter?

Mar 24, 2010

I had a EditText , a button and a spinner . When click the button , the spinner will add a new item with name you entered in the EditText. But here is the question, my adapter.add() method seems doesn't is my code...

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Android :: Notifying An ArrayAdapter Of Changes When Closing A PreferenceActivity

Dec 12, 2009

I have a ListView that has some minor visual preferences that are set in a PreferenceScreen. These preferences are simple booleans to show or not to show some specific TextViews on each item in my ListView.

Anyhow, when these preferences are changed, I need to notify my ArrayAdapter that the data has changed in order to get the list redrawn. However, doing this via an OnSharedPreferenceChangeListener wouldn't really be optimal because there are several preferences that you can change, that would cause an unnecessary amount of updates to the ArrayAdapter.

So, to the question: How can I identify when my ListActivity has occurred on the screen after closing my PreferenceActivity, which I then could use to check for changes in the preferences, and only then notify the ArrayAdapter.

The ArrayAdapter being an inner class of my ListActivity, which is set as a ListAdapter.

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Android :: Override Filter In Droid's ArrayAdapter?

Apr 19, 2010

I have an ArrayAdapter wrapped around an ArrayList of custom objects. I'd like to write a custom filter for that adapter so that when I call getListAdapter().getFilter().filter("abc") the list will get filtered by an arbitrary transformation of "abc".

I thought I would just try to override ArrayAdapter.getFilter(), but that requires I re-implement the private ArrayAdapter.ArrayFilter which requires access to a bunch of ArrayAdapter's private instances.

What's the simplest way to do this?

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Android : Need To Create Dynamic ArrayAdapter / Spinner

Sep 14, 2010

I need to create an ArrayAdapter and a Spinner that are totally dynamic and have nothing to do with the layout file.

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Android : Avoid Leaking Context In ArrayAdapter

Sep 28, 2010

I read the Avoiding Memory Leaks article with interest, and am concerned about danging references to the context object. I have a class like the following.


Is it a problem to have a reference to a LayoutInflater object, since it must be using the context object somehow? Is there a better design pattern for what I'm trying to do here? (Use the context only to initially inflate the XML; from then on just use the View that's passed in to getView)

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Android : Avoid Re-drawing All Views In An ArrayAdapter?

Mar 25, 2010

I have an ArrayAdapter powering a ListView. I would like to change the data behind the ArrayAdapter and update the ListView's. Sounds like notifyDataSetChanged(); would be exactly what I am looking for, but it updates the entire ListView, and I would prefer to update on a row-by-row basis.

Is there a way to do this with ArrayAdapter, or do I need to manage my data some other way if I want this functionality?

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