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    Default Unanswered: Android hardware Back button support

    Unanswered: Android hardware Back button support


    Hi there,


    as far as Mitchel does not want to answer in Premium Forum will cross-post the issue here.

    Nevertheless in some post was stated that back button on Android is still supported if use sencha's history facility, I'd argue.
    I have created a example's kitchensink as a separate project and put it to github. http://github.com/olegtaranenko/kitchensink

    you can run this project locally (do not forget setup touch sdk properly) and call it with mobile browser. Android hardware back button does work, perfect! Honestly speaking history support is implemented not ideal (kudos to sencha guys) but at least you can view back is in charge.

    Now you can do native packaging, follow with readme instructions.
    Back button is dead. More precise it close the app immediately.

    Looks like Android WebView implementation history is not supported...


    Any thoughts, sechna developers?

    Cheers, Oleg

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    looks like need to open the ticket...

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    Check out an alternative solution here. I've tested it successfully on several different phones including Android and iOS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by locutusUT View Post
    Check out an alternative solution here. I've tested it successfully on several different phones including Android and iOS.
    Looks like link is not valid

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    Give it a try now...sorry about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by locutusUT View Post
    Check out an alternative solution here. I've tested it successfully on several different phones including Android and iOS.
    But still: this is for web apps only, not for native packaged apps. Correct?

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    I've testing on Chrome/Safari and native phone browsers. I'll Phonegap it soon and deploy to see what I find out on this specific question.

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