WebView cannot resolve URL by name after loading a few webpages in emulator

by Kenn Min Chong » Sat, 09 Jan 2010 03:34:31 GMT


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 Hey there!
   OK, so, I have a WebView object that is programatically loading up
sites every minute or so. After a while, the WebView object in my
emulator errors out saying the web page cannot be found. I load up the
built-in Browser app instead and it couldn't even load up google.com.
However, if I then try to manually go to a site via IP, it'll work
fine. Any ideas on why this is happening?

Kenn.



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