Weird FC from unregisterReceiver

by Karim B » Mon, 03 Jan 2011 16:22:06 GMT


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 here the sum up of my code  http://pastebin.com/YcPWNYit 

my problem only occurs when my application gets installed over my 
application again(aka when I run it from eclipse) and this only occurs when 
the value of ENABLED_KEY is left true so this fc happens when my the value 
is changed from true to false after I install my app again... this does not 
occur the other way around(false to true) and it also does not occur if I 
manually uninstall my app from the emulator and then install the newer 
version because then the preferences actually get deleted where when I 
install a different version on top of the old the preferences do not 
change... I have a feeling that mReceiver is problem but I can't detect if 
the app is being removed/new version getting installed so how would I 
possibly destroy it? and I might be taking the wrong approach at this... any 
help is appreciated.

thanks

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Re: Weird FC from unregisterReceiver

by Karim B » Wed, 05 Jan 2011 04:01:37 GMT


 bump?

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