Random complete loss of database on Droid only

by EboMike » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 14:06:32 GMT


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 Several Droid users have reported that my app's entire database just
destroys itself randomly after a few days or so. This seems to be
specific to the Droid. I'm at a loss.

My app has a service that runs in the background to display
notifications, it also supports widgets. Both of those (and the app
itself, of course) access the database, and I marked every accessor to
the database "synchronized", just in case.

Anybody have any remote idea what could cause the entire database to
just vanish?

-Mike

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