Marketing On Internet

by Internet Marketing » Fri, 19 Sep 2008 02:09:11 GMT


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As soon as your work is done.


In your case, if getLastNonConfigurationInstance() is not null, you have
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Call isFinishing().

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My question is:
How to force Activity to call finalize() when it is closed with finish()?

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