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  1. #1
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    Question Detect PAUSE event in midlet

    Hi everyone,

    How do we detect a pause event (e.g. incoming call) in a midlet?

    I used the emulator's to make the phone pause with an incoming call. My midlet's display is frozen while the incoming call msg is shown, but underneath, it is actually still executing. I know that bcos when i come out of the pause event, my midlet's computation was not at the point when the pause event started.

    Hopefully detecting this kind of event is the same for all handsets. Thanks!!

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    I just found out the all that needs to be done is overwrite the hideNotify() in the Canvas base class. Hopes this helps some other newbies like me. Thanks!

  3. #3
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    Hiya

    It is taken care by Application management software of the phone. As such explicitly nothing is there to be done..

  4. #4
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    You can use showNotify() and hideNotify() to detect when a display loses and gains focus on the screen.

    A further note for Newbies, pauseApp() is not supported on Nokia phones.

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