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Mar
25
comment Make Android app forget Facebook login
Perfect!! Works like charm!
Mar
25
accepted Make Android app forget Facebook login
Mar
23
comment Make Android app forget Facebook login
I will try it a bit later. The only thing I found here is "Client OAuth Login" which says: Enables the OAuth client login flow. Do you think it is what I am looking for?
Mar
23
revised Make Android app forget Facebook login
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Mar
23
comment Make Android app forget Facebook login
I will try it a bit later but looks interesting. Anyway my goal is to completely make the application forget that I have ever logged in with facebook. I suppose the facebook app (that I made on developer.facebook.com) does not store all the phones that used facebook at least once and it is stored somewhere on the phone, but a few hours after looking after this I am getting confused.
Mar
23
comment Make Android app forget Facebook login
This will not force the app ask for the permissions again.
Mar
23
asked Make Android app forget Facebook login
Mar
8
accepted Stopping a periodic service properly
Feb
25
awarded Yearling
Feb
25
awarded Yearling
Feb
10
awarded Popular Question
Feb
8
accepted Android IntentService runs only ONCE after phone is restarted. Why?
Feb
8
comment Android IntentService runs only ONCE after phone is restarted. Why?
I dont want any activity to be started. The service is started by the BroadcastReceiver. Where should I set the alarm then? What explains that the service gets called once but never again?
Feb
8
asked Android IntentService runs only ONCE after phone is restarted. Why?
Feb
7
comment Stop AutoCompleteTextView extending text on clicking suggestion
Okay, I guess then i will just ignore the click if the background work hasn't finished yet.
Feb
7
comment Stop AutoCompleteTextView extending text on clicking suggestion
Is it possible to know when the runQuery finishes?
Feb
7
comment Stop AutoCompleteTextView extending text on clicking suggestion
I put it there but obviously this is after the click is executed. What has happened now: i wrote "tes", the runQuery started and after 1 second I got the dropdown list, then I wrote "test", and immediately clicked on the suggestion (based on the search "tes") and since the lists are already cleared (the "test" runQuery started), I got a force close. So I guess if I could dismiss the dropdown every time the runQuery starts and put it back ONLY if it has finished the background work, it would be working.
Feb
7
comment Stop AutoCompleteTextView extending text on clicking suggestion
I call it because whenever the user clicks on a suggestion it goes to another activity and if the user presses the BACK button, i want the AutoCompleteTextView to be empty again.
Feb
7
revised Stop AutoCompleteTextView extending text on clicking suggestion
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Feb
7
comment Stop AutoCompleteTextView extending text on clicking suggestion
yes, it is just a background thread which takes time (runQuery). I fix the original question with it. Thanks for pointing it out. Any suggestion?
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