About run Instrumentation

by angela....@qisda.com » Tue, 14 Apr 2009 09:28:57 GMT


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 Hi all

I like to ask something about running Instrumentation.

By logs, I found that there is a uninstall process before the start
process when running the instrumentation.

Is this behavior normal?



For example, if I start the instrumentation of music

DEBUG/ActivityManager(51): Uninstalling process com.android.music

INFO/ActivityManager(51): Start proc com.android.music for added
application com.android.music: pid=241 uid=10006 gids={3003}



BRs

Angela


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