start activity without mention in androidmanifestfile

by Dexter's Brain » Sun, 29 Nov 2009 02:29:54 GMT


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Mark is right, but I was wondering why would you have such a
requirement. I cannot think of such a situation.

Thanks,
Kumar Bibek.
 http://tech-droid.blogspot.com 

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