Pushing application from foregound to background

by Safy » Wed, 30 Sep 2009 02:09:17 GMT


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 Hi,

   How can I push application from foreground to background on
keyevent. In Blackberry you have a function called request background
which pushes the UI application from foreground to background. How can
I achieve this functionality in Android, is this possible ?


Thanks...

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Pushing application from foregound to background

by Mark Murphy » Wed, 30 Sep 2009 02:13:20 GMT


 


Have the user press the HOME key.

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Pushing application from foregound to background

by Yusuf Saib (T-Mobile USA) » Wed, 30 Sep 2009 03:02:41 GMT


 It depends on what you mean by "background". If you want the Activity
to disappear and not to anything until next time, save your state and
call finish(). OTOH, if you want it to continue doing something in the
background, you can run a Service as part of your app.



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