Is it possible to use an upgraded version of Webkit?

by Don » Sun, 29 Nov 2009 04:21:05 GMT


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 Using Android 1.6, I find that in a certain case for a list displayed
using Webkit, some elements can indicate they have focus, but others
do not.  However, using Android 2.0, it works fine.  Is there a way of
distributing an upgraded version of Webkit with my app, so that it can
work correctly for devices that are running older versions of Android?

Thanks!

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1. Changing Launch activity seems to not work on Update



Which device are you testing this on?

I seem to recall some HTC Heros having a problem similar to this one,
several months ago.

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2. Changing Launch activity seems to not work on Update

For a new update I am changing the start-up workflow for the
application.  Part of this is setting the
"android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" from one activity to another in my
manifest.

When I run an update from what is on the market to what I download
from my website the application starts in the Activity where it used
to start before the update.  When I uninstall the application and
install it from the same package I got from my website it starts in
the Activity where I have now specified it to start.  Shorter version:
Update fails to update launching activity, uninstall-reinstall does
update the launching activity.

Is this a known issue?  Do I really need to add logic to correct for
people who update the app instead of installing fresh?  Asking people
to uninstall for an update is not a viable option.  Is there something
I can do to clean out whatever is getting saved that is causing the
app to launch with the incorrect Activity?

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