IndexOutOfBoundsException when I call stopManagingCursor in an OnItemSelectedListener

by Marco Nelissen » Sun, 08 Mar 2009 10:05:04 GMT

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 One possible workaround that comes to mind is to remove your listener
in your activity's onPause or onStop, so that it won't fire anymore
when the activity is shutting down. Though having to add extra code to
make managed cursors work for you kind of defeats the purpose, I
Can you please file a bug at  ?


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2. multi-task

am just a regular user, still dont quiet understand wht this multi-
tasking is all about... i mean on pc you can open different apps/
windows so you dont have re-load particular apps when you want to
switch back to these apps 'coz reloading takes a bit more time for the
apps to open and - if the apps arent on the desk-top window -
inconvenient 'coz you have to go to the start menu, go through list
and sub-lists to find your apps...

but on mobile-phones (android in this case), dont feel the difference
in re-loading time even if the apps are "closed", and, unlike the palm
pre, its just like on pc which is inconvenient 'coz you have to open
"app menu", find your apps, and tap to open... it doesnt actually feel
like we're multitasking...

in fact multi-tasking only drains the battery... btw, am new to
android just got my htc hero, and downloaded a "task killer app", i
was way more surprised that when i opened this task-killer, sooooooo
many apps were open.... so in short, multi-tasking isnt really
necessary ?

(i still dont understand what "application management" in android is
for otherthan "clearing data", but i'm afraid if i "clear data" for
gmail, for example, it may erase all my mail in my handset)


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