App closes automatically - Native code crash?

by Mark Murphy » Tue, 13 Jul 2010 06:42:02 GMT

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 That's a low-level system crash. In theory, there's nothing you should
be able to do to cause one.

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would be hugely helpful if you can attach a project that demonstrates
the error.

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App closes automatically - Native code crash?

by Genc » Thu, 15 Jul 2010 05:05:22 GMT

 Hi Mark,

Thanks for interest. I've sorted it out:

The problem that I was drawing on canvas from within 2 different

I was playing around Android's SDK sample and it's
accessing canvas within onTouchEvent. However I was also using my
SurfaceView and drawing on Canvas within my animation thread.

Removing canvas access from within onTouchEvent(main app thread)
solved the problem.

Thanks again.

Kind regards.


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