Load Previous UI From Stack

by Reghu » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 21:23:28 GMT

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Is there any way to load my previous UI from stack.

My requirement is

I click "HOME" from my current UI and now i am listening to a external
event with the help of a service.
When i get the external event i like to load my previous UI. Is there
any way.

What i did was...

Intent callerpageIntent = new Intent();

But i am not getting old or new UI on "Home Screen"

Is there any way, can any one tell me i miss some thing?


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