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Problems with Canvas, OpenGL, etc...

Make sure the surfaceView or associated SurfaceHolder has ..

Postby victoheart » Mon Jan 10, 2011 6:18 am

Hi~all,

I use OpenGL in LockScreen in android 2.2. When the device run in LockScreen, it get the following error : java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Make sure the surfaceView or associated SurfaceHolder has a valid Surface...

Does anyone know what's problem causes it? I guess the context of LockScreen is different from the context of activty, so this reason causes this problem. But I am not sure.

Thanks for your helping
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