Application icon not showing

by Rui Vieira » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 04:40:32 GMT


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 Hi everyone,

I've successfully created, compiled and transfered to my G1 a simple
application.
Everything works as expected, except the following:

On the emulator the icon I assigned to the application shows, as does
the application title on the main activity.
However, on the phone it does not (it shows the default icon and the
"MainActivity" title).

Does anyone know what might be the problem?

I'm using Android SDK 1.0r2, developing on Netbeans 6.5. The phone is
a non-dev G1 with firmware RC 1.1, build RC9.

Many thanks in advance.
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No, there is no "pause" with services.


That certainly is a possibility, perhaps using a PhoneStateListener.

I have not written a music-playing service, or any form of background
audio. It is possible that such playback is automatically muted by the
system, via some sort of audio stream prioritization.

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