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 Post subject: Re: a personal version of aMAZEing Labirynth...
Unread postPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2017 4:47 am 
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mougino wrote:
And now Samsumg devices under 6.0.1 crash at EXIT...


And in addition NOT on all devices under 6.0.1 Nicolas :evil: :evil:

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Galaxy A3, 1280x720, Android 6.0.1


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So is the moral of the story to buy a better device ? :lol:

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Would you be jealous of my wonderful GALAXY TAB 8.4 S with a 2560x1600 screen resolution Emile ? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Hi Gilles

No not at all. I just happen to see that different manufacturers could have their "own version" of android loaded.
Sometimes they could have a bug. But sometimes they then also should fix it right ?

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Well, Android is an "open project" with manafacturer quirks. I hurried my post together this morning...

Samsung are a major chip manafacturer. Something like 30% in Android devices[?]  and even Apple (though Apple are making there own now). Just seems all odd. I only run at the moment 9 user installed apps (I certainly did have a "spring clean").

My 2015 Samsung A3 is Qualcomm based.

I found this in addition:-

https://forum.xda-developers.com/showth ... ?t=2191850

In my tiny brain, things seem to point to cache issues,  (yeah, right -- like I know what that really means...). There must be other apps failing? Right? Not just BASIC!?

I'm not sure what issue to sift out here...

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I've try by deleting cache of my device with no result Mog.

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I meant "under the hood" with hardware and how these CPU'S talk to each other. And how languages, such as Java talk to these CPU'S to make the most of them. I vaguely remember doing basic microelectronics at college. It was very elementary. I didn't take much in as a lot was just memorising how to draw the whole set up. But that was very much way before things started being transputers. Not qualified to comment...!

I think Marc comes from a "nuts and bolts" background, so knows hardware and software...?

I'm going to hush up now... :) Well, until I open my mouth again at least... :)

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Hi Gilles,

mougino wrote:
And now Samsumg devices under 6.0.1 crash at EXIT...


Could you try:

Code:
PRINT "START"
wakelock 3    % Please try also 1,2, 4 and 5
         % And one time completely without WAKELOCK
do
until 0

ONBACKKEY:
!As Option
! wakelock 5, 2
EXIT


WAKELOCK.RELEASE() is also involved at the JAVA onDestroy process.

/ Gregor


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