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Old 10-29-2007, 09:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

I am just developing an application that should be started automatically after BlackBerry has been reset. By default those applications are invisible - but I require to bring it to forground, making it visible.

I already tried pushGlobalScreen() but either this does not work or I didi not find the right parameters. Does anybody know how to make a screen of an autostart program visible (by default)?

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did you try UiApplication.requestForeground() ?
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Hi Simon,

no, I did not try UiApplication.requestForeground(). But even with your suggestion it did not work immediately, the timing when to call it is important.

here is my solution:
I implemented SystemListener2 in my UiApplication and call requestForeground() in the powerUp() method. Then the application shows up immediately after reset.

Thanks for your help,
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