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  • #7998

    Vlad

    or switched to another task?

    is there is a property we can check out for this?

     

    thanks,

    Vlad

    #7999

    Christian
    V-Play Team
    #8002

    Vlad

    Hi Chris

    it works just fine on Android but on iOS in most cases I’ve got:

    2014-07-28 21:22:17.318 Popcorn[611:60b] 21:22:17.317 ERROR: [0x3cc4218c] 1202: AUIOClient_StartIO failed (561015905)

    2014-07-28 21:22:17.331 Popcorn[611:60b] 21:22:17.331 ERROR: [0x3cc4218c] 1202: AUIOClient_StartIO failed (561015905)

    qml: Application paused

     

    on this stage device switched off the game, however, when I try to resume, I’ve got:

    2014-07-28 21:22:30.398 Popcorn[611:21b] void SendDelegateMessage(NSInvocation *): delegate (webView:decidePolicyForNavigationAction:request:frame:decisionListener:) failed to return after waiting 10 seconds. main run loop mode: kCFRunLoopDefaultMode

     

    and no signal onApplicationResumed

    so game gets freezed and even Home button doesnt works

     

    #8007

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hi Vlad,

    to follow up, do you experience the problems with an empty V-Play project or within your own game project? Which version are you using? Are you using any plugins?

    Thanks,

    Alex

    #8023

    Vlad

    Hi Alex

     

    it seems it doesnt reproduced with 2.0.4

    Is there is more detailed list of fixes on each release?

    Thanks,

    Vlad

    #8024

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Vlad,

    a list of all changes & fixes is here in the changelog docs.

    However, this probably got fixed with V-Play 2 and we didn’t know it was broken, thus you won’t find the fix notice. If you find that it is not working now, please just let us know.

    Cheers, Chris

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