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Hey guys,

When i press the End call button, it`s doesnt finish my activity.
Even when i setup a Buttonlistener and trace it with log.i(keyCode,"").
It doesn't come up.

Has anyone a sollution for this problem.

Thanks in advance.

Greetjes,
 
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What is "the End call button"? Something in your app?
 
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Its the red button on your phone to end a conversation or to stop something.
 
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What does that button have to do with any app you're writing? How do you hope to attach any listener code to that?
 
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I want to kill a thread that i`m running in the background, when someone stops the application.
 
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Have you tried overriding onKeyDown() of your activity?
 
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