about late resume, when PowerManagerService write on to /sys/power/state to call late resume

by Dianne Hackborn » Wed, 21 Apr 2010 06:47:43 GMT


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Sorry, that isn't true.  If the process running the VM has permission to
access the file, then the Java code can access it.  Android doesn't use the
VM to enforce this (or most) kinds of security.

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Android framework engineer
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