Basically very little, which is why we dislike that it happens so much.
Detecting that someone has forced stopped your application is not
something that should be endorsed either: as it gives the impression
that your app could restart itself. (Which shouldn't be able to
happen, once the user kills your app it should be gone.)
On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 5:11 AM, Richard Schilling <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I see a lot of discussion about why you can't detect when "Force Stop" is
> pressed by the user. And, that all makes sense.
> What I don't see is the specific answer to this question: When the user opts
> to use the "Force Stop" button, what state is the application left in? What
> cleanup is the OS doing for the application?
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