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Talk:How to handle MIDlet sent to the background

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Asjadazeem - pauseApp() when call comes

How to make sure that my game stops at the call like what to do if I want to resume my game canvas that has been called from midlet and it can be called just once. I have implemented hideNotify() for game canvas and its working but I am unable to findout how to stop a game when call comes, please help I am unable to find help yet!

Thanks in advance!

asjadazeem 21:28, 1 March 2013 (EET)

Hamishwillee - Call stop


I suggest you check out the examples (or just search on this wiki) for implementations of hideNotify. For example:

    // system soft notification when it is hidden by another app or incoming call.
// it is wise to release resources here, for example, an active media (subtype Player)
public void hideNotify() {

If that doesn't help, then I would suggest you raise the issue on the java discussion boards as this article is many years old and the author many no longer be watching it.



hamishwillee 01:47, 4 March 2013 (EET)