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Reading some articles online, i came across this term ANR but can't find what does it really means? Please help me to understand, thanks

asked 25 Jul '10, 13:02

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That is a great question.

ANR = Application Not Responding

which means, in android it is a general rule of thumb, if an application doesn't respond with 5 seconds android takes control and shows the Application Not Responding dialog and gives control to the user to close the application. While android development we should take extra care to not block the UI thread and make it responsive as quick as possible than the maximum of 5 seconds.

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answered 25 Jul '10, 13:51

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