MapActivity background process

by coolxeo » Wed, 14 Apr 2010 03:03:44 GMT

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 I'm trying to launch a request to reflect changes in MapActivity. On a
simple Activity it works but not in MapActivity

Thanks in advance


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tv is showing in output.
But sstv is not showing.

when i give like this


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