How to get the WebView UserAgent (without having a Context)

by Matt Kanninen » Wed, 16 Dec 2009 03:12:24 GMT


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 So many things require a context I'm just in the habit at this point
of passing the Context around everywhere.  You can get in trouble if
you try to preserve a reference to a context past it's lifetime
though.




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