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mediaplayer gets killed.

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mediaplayer gets killed.

Postby troarty » Wed Jun 02, 2010 6:26 pm

My app has mediaplayer playing an mp3 file in the background while the user is performing actions in the foreground. mediaplayer keeps getting killed (GC freed ### objects) by the OS. Do I understand correctly that I need to "bind" the mediaplayer service to the foreground process? Can I directly bind it (since it is already a service?) or do I need to create a service that calls mediaplayer?
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Re: mediaplayer gets killed.

Postby troarty » Fri Jun 04, 2010 3:26 pm

I went ahead and created a service that calls mediaplayer...and my main class binds to the service. but media player still dies. Is there a way for me to explicitly bind mediaplayer?
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