widget doesn't fresh on verizon droid, but works fine on HTC eris.

by JP » Mon, 03 May 2010 10:44:56 GMT


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 What you should look for:
If you use a background service, check Logcat for something like
"Process <YourWidgetService> (pid <...>) has died" to see if the OS is
pulling the plug on your widget's background service.




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widget doesn't fresh on verizon droid, but works fine on HTC eris.

by JP » Mon, 03 May 2010 12:53:35 GMT


 Actually a small addition. It's not only your service that's "in
jeopardy".
I have a similar problem and find that the Widget is being killed by
the OS almost immediately out of the gate. From far looks like what
you describe.
There's a way to start Services in the foreground (through
startForeground()), but I haven't yet figured out how to protect a
Widget in a similar fashion.





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