Memory Leak in Contact List

by mike » Wed, 19 May 2010 17:11:07 GMT


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 hi guys,

there are about 1000 contacts in my address book.
in my application i'm referring 3 Content providers. Phone,Photos and
one of mine.

i'm using SimpleCursorAdapter to load contacts and images. when i'm
scrolling down i'm getting a memory leak.

sometimes when i selects a contact also getting this memory leak.

don't know how to fix it??

if you have any suggestion just let me know.

regards,
Mike

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Memory Leak in Contact List

by mike » Mon, 24 May 2010 11:38:30 GMT


 hi people,

any idea about this, need really help for this issue, haven't you guys
came up with this issue??

regards,
Randika

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Memory Leak in Contact List

by mike » Mon, 24 May 2010 12:00:53 GMT


 hi people,

any idea about this, need really help for this issue, haven't you guys
came up with this issue??

regards,
Randika

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