Android :: Sending An Intent From RuntimeInit Crash Handlers

Dec 2, 2009

I want to send an intent from a crash handler [ crash(String tag, Throwable t) in ] to an activity (stand alone appllication)

I tried to send it from above handler as follows..


But i failed to send an intent to my application..

Can i send an intent to my application fro handlers?

Android :: sending an intent from RuntimeInit crash handlers

Android :: Intent Activity Crash Behaviour - App Restarts Halfway Through The App

Oct 13, 2010

I have a pretty standard iPhone app that creates a series of around 7 unique Activities initialised by Intents.

However if the app crashes on the 7th Activity, the app restarts on the users phone around the 5th activity. The problem then is the info gathered from activities 1-4 is null, meaning the app is useless and the only way to get the app working again is to either continually press back or else kill the process.

Why does this behaviour occur, and is there a way to force the app to start back at the first activity when it crashes.

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Nov 12, 2010

I want send LinkedHashMap to another Intent.

But I don't known what method for extras is allowable.


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Sep 30, 2009

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Jul 10, 2010

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This is what i tried:


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Android :: Sending / Receiving Custom Broadcast Intent

Jul 25, 2009

I'm building a service that sends a broadcast intent when some value changes. The service sends the broadcast like this:

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In some Activity (in a different process), I'm tryint to receive this broadcast as follows:

IntentFilter intentFilter = new IntentFilter();
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public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) {
Log.d(TAG,"Received intent "+intent); }
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Feb 12, 2010

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Aug 29, 2010

I have created an app that sends an email with a recording, When the intent is fired and email is chosen as the app to send the attachment, you can see that there is an attachement but the attachment is not delivered. code...

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Oct 7, 2010

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Nov 2, 2010

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Jul 16, 2010

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Android :: On What Thread Event Handlers Executed?

Nov 7, 2010

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Android :: ExpatReader DTD Handlers Aren't Supported

Aug 31, 2009

I seem to be having a weird issue when parsing XML from a server. In LogCat the following warning is displayed:08-31 12:05:28.870: WARN/ExpatReader(2031): DTD handlers aren't supported.The parser then seems to stop. I can't figure out what is causing this problem, my approach doesn't seem any different in this instance with regard to parsing XML. Does anyone have any recommendations to fixing this issue?

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Sep 8, 2010

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Android : Way To Attach Event Handlers To Activities?

May 12, 2009

Which is the way to attach the custom event handlers for the activities, in case they support one, when the activity is started using Intent and startActivity() methods. Does intent has a special way to take up the handler callback references. Basically, I wish to handle call end activity after invoking the call activity.

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May 13, 2010

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Oct 9, 2009

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Android : Multiple Handlers Design In An Activity Failed

May 14, 2010

This question is related to an existing question I asked. I though I'll ask a new question instead of replying back to the other question. Cannot "comment" on my previous question because of a word limit. Marc wrote - I've more than one Handlers in an Activity." Why? If you do not want a complicated handleMessage() method, then use post() (on Handler or View) to break the logic up into individual Runnable. Multiple Handlers makes me nervous. I'm new to Android. Is having multiple handlers in a single activity a bad design ?

I'm new to Android.My question is - is having multiple handlers in a single activity a bad design ? Here is the sketch of my current implementation. I've a mapActivity that creates a data thread (a UDP socket that listens for data).

My first handler is responsible for sending data from the data thread to the activity. On the map I've a bunch of "dynamic" markers that are refreshed frequently. Some of these markers are video markers i.e., if the user clicks a video marker, I add a ViewView that extends a android.opengl.GLSurfaceView to my map activity and display video on this new vide.

I use my second handler to send information about the marker that the user tapped on ItemizedOverlay onTap(int index) method.The user can close the video view by tapping on the video view. I use my third handler for this. I would appreciate if people can tell me what's wrong with this approach and suggest better ways to implement this.

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Android :: General Direction For Bluetooth SPP App With Multiple UI Activities - Multithreading - Handlers)

Sep 15, 2010

I am writing an Application that has multiple layouts with buttons. I have set up onClickListners for the buttons. Some buttons will change the activity and bring up a new layout with new buttons, and others will send outgoing SPP strings over Bluetooth. The strings will be defined in an XML file and will not change (serial commands).I can hard code the MAC address of the Bluetooth Server and only need to send data, not receive.

I am looking for some general guidance on the direction to go as far as setting up my Bluetooth connection and outgoing transmissions. I have looked at the BluetoothChat example extensively but do not have any good resources in the case of multiple activities.

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-Should I add Bluetooth connection+transmission threads in every activity (seems like i would run into issues losing the connection when changing activities)?

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Jun 24, 2010

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2. He is my Gmail contact as well.
3. He is added as a 'Phone Contact' as well.

I sent him a text few days ago but don't remember if it was using facebook or my phone (network provider sms) but now when I go in to 'Messages' and send him a message, I just can't figure out if I am sending him a message via Facebook or to his mobile number.

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Feb 22, 2010

I tried to use VBO on 1.6 Android SDK and get a crash whenever I try to give the VBO id free using glDeleteBuffers. The issue has already been filed here:

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Android :: How To Get Crash Logs

Sep 4, 2010

I have an app that is not in the market place (signed with a debug certificate), but would like to get crash log data, whenever my application crashes. Where can I find a log of why my app crashed?

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Android :: Getting Crash When Exiting Activity?

Sep 4, 2009

I am experiencing a crash in my app when I quit (via the back button) out of my Activity. So far as I can tell this is happening in the Android codebase and not mine, but I'm not completely convinced of that.

AndroidRuntime E Uncaught handler: thread main exiting due to uncaught exception
AndroidRuntime E java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to stop activity {MyApp/MyApp.MainActivity}: java.lang.NullPointerException
AndroidRuntime E at
AndroidRuntime E at
AndroidRuntime E at$2400(
AndroidRuntime E at$H.handleMessage(
AndroidRuntime E at android.os.Handler.dispatchMessage(
AndroidRuntime E at android.os.Looper.loop(
AndroidRuntime E at
AndroidRuntime E at java.lang.reflect.Method.invokeNative(Native Method)
AndroidRuntime E at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(
AndroidRuntime E at$
AndroidRuntime E at
AndroidRuntime E at dalvik.system.NativeStart.main(Native Method)
AndroidRuntime E Caused by: java.lang.NullPointerException
AndroidRuntime E at
AndroidRuntime E at
AndroidRuntime E ... 11 more

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Sep 8, 2009

My app is running into the following crash and I'm having a hard time diagnosing it. We have multiple background threads (including a couple pthreads started via JNI that are making calls back up to Java occasionally), but none of them are reporting errors . Any suggestions on how to go about isolating this? There are no symbols in libdvm, so I've been unable to figure out where the stack trace points. This has happened 3 times so far, with the same stack trace each time.


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Android :: VM Crash When Get Server Response

Sep 30, 2009

Android VM crash in a Samsung Galaxy running a code good working with emulator. My code call facebook rest service to get my friends info. But when I get server response VM crash...........

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Sep 3, 2010

I got a crash with the following stack trace:


Line 130 in my code is: ...........

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Android :: Why Does Keyboard-slide Crash My App?

Jun 11, 2010

If I physically slide out the keyboard on my Moto Droid A855, it crashes my test app with the stack trace pasted below. I don't understand why? Also, if I start my app with the keyboard out, my app crashes immediately on startup. The app consists of an activity, which contains a viewflipper as the main view layout. The viewflipper contains two linearlayouts..

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Android :: Crash On Samsung HERO?

Jun 4, 2009

I got a strange message from a user: he is talking about my application: " >I have been using v.7 on my new Samsung Hero device. >When I updated to v.8 I get a force close every time I try and start it up. It is using 1.5 kernal. I have had to go back to v.7 in order to use this >product which by far is the best one out there.

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Android :: Crash To A ListView With Different Row Layout!?

Aug 31, 2009

I built an app to show a ListView with different layout of each row within it. I extend BaseAdapter to construct my own adapter class and override its getView() method. In getView() method, I use

view = mInflater.inflate(mResource, parent, false); to obtain which layout xml file that be needed to generate different layout for each row.

After coding and running, the problem occurs. While I'm scrolling the list, this app crashes and pop-up an warning dialog that says "The application has stopped expectedly. Please try again."

If I use the same layout xml file to enable each row has the same layout, everything is all right. Does somebody has any ideas about that?

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