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Hi all

I have 3 activities (MAIN, LOGIN and HOME)

now from home i want to close my application , in home my closing code looks like this


in login


The problem is my onActivityResult method in login is not called at all.
 
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Did you start Home Activity using startActivityForResult(intent) ?
 
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Hi Monu

i am starting my home activity like this

Intent i = new Intent(this, Home.class);
startActivity(i);
 
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If there is a dependency of one activity on another, you should use: startActivityForResult(intent) - onActivityResult(..) pair.
 
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thanks monu

i have done it the way you said.
 
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