I seem to have a little problem while testing on Andorid.
When you lock the device the application does not seem to suspend.
Per docs and examples:
"Event.APPLICATION_SUSPEND is dispatched when the application goes to background. When an application goes to background, Event.ENTER_FRAME and Event.TIMER events are not dispatched until the application is resumed from background"
I simply added a print on ENTER_FRAME. It works and prints even when the device is locked on Andorid.
It keeps working fully in the background... Basically it kills the devuce in about 2 hours(depending on a battery life).
I see apps that recognze this event.
Is it suppose to get APPLICATION_SUSPEND in that case?
Or is this a different event on Andorid?
Any advice is appreciated...
I was going to do it tomorrow and did not realize it was addressed in the new version even though I read the release notes. My bad.
Thank you for you help and for constantly adding new cool features. I am going to use them as soon as I upgrade (especially the new setAwake).