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    What are the states of Android App lifecycle ?

    What are the states of Android App lifecycle ?

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    Re: What are the states of Android App lifecycle ?

    That's an easy google search...

    onCreate, onStart (onRestart if user navigated to), onResume, ACTIVITY RUNNING, onPause, onStop, onDestroy. You can see all these states in live action on your actual phone.

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    Re: What are the states of Android App lifecycle ?

    The 7 lifecycle states of the android app lifecycle.

    onCreate:- called when activity is first created.
    onStart:- called when activity is becoming visible to the user.
    onResume:- called when activity will start interacting with the user.
    onPause:- called when activity is not visible to the user.
    onStop:- called when activity is no longer visible to the user.
    onRestart:- called after your activity is stopped, prior to start.
    onDestroy:- called before the activity is destroyed.
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    Re: What are the states of Android App lifecycle ?

    Each state in the Activity lifecycle has a corresponding callback method you can override in your Activity class. The lifecycle methods are onCreate() , onStart() , onPause() , onRestart() , onResume() , onStop() , onDestroy() .

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