Problem in identifying which widget click is launching the activity?

by dark_messiah » Mon, 08 Jun 2009 15:06:35 GMT


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 I m creating my own widget...widget initial  layout contains one
button...when i click on that widget button it shud launch the
specified activity using service...everythng is working fine..but the
problem comes when there are 2 or more widget on home screen...when i
clicking on any one of them i m not able to specify with widget is
launching the activity...Please help???
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Problem in identifying which widget click is launching the activity?

by Mark Murphy » Mon, 08 Jun 2009 19:39:52 GMT


 


Put the app-widget instance ID as an extra in the Intent you wrap with a
PendingIntent that associated with your button.

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