Music App and Call issue

by future » Sat, 14 May 2011 01:57:49 GMT


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 1.      Make MO Call.
2.      Start music while still in call
3.      Both Music + Voice call active.
4.      Call end.
5.      Music continues expected.
6.      User gets another call or makes another call.
7.      Music doesn Auto stop @ ring tone.

Is this expected behaviour?
Ring is not heard and seems to be potential issue. Any comments?

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Re: Music App and Call issue

by Gabriel SimēŽ«es » Sun, 15 May 2011 02:15:49 GMT


 If you want the app to stop playing when theres an incoming call,
then you should listen to the call event and take actions as it
happens.
If I got your explanation right, this is the expected behavior.




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