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Default Application not exiting properly when using http & socket connection

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Hi

I have a chat application developed for j2me devices .I am porting it for BB by making cod file from jad & jar.

The application make use of http Connection & Socket connection for communicating with the server.

When I exit or logout the application The application is not getting exited fully or killed fully , This i get on the 8100 Simulator also with MDS . I want confirm whether is it because of the connection part not getting closed because i am not appending some string lie this ("socket://testserver:600;deviceside=true") to URL . I am calling destroy app ,notify destroyed and making threads null etc still its not killing the application fully .
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