Press "Launch AR" button once then test image recognition with a wikitude logo
Press backbutton and make sure to return to Phonegap screen.
Until now, this is a correct behavior. Now let's make some action:
Launch again the application as described in step 3 above
Onche the ARView is loaded, and before hit the back button, tap on the screen like you want to click on a AR Drawable
Now press backbutton
In my case, this time the ARView not only closes itself, but also the phonegap application going into "Pause" state.
Therefore, after the app goes to pause, if I launch the app again and repeat the steps, the ARView is showed (I can see the wikitude logo in the corner) but the screen is completely black.
I have a Samsung S2 (Android 4.04.) and an Alcatel 997D (Android 4.0.4) and both give me same results. Anyone else noticed this problem?
over 9 years ago
No response? Does someone has read my issue?
over 9 years ago
Sorry for late response.
Which PhoneGap Version are you using? Maybe latest update causes this issue. Do you have time to have a closer look on this issue and check if architectView's onPause is called the way it should and maybe even apply a github-pull-request. The source code provided might be outdated, any contribution is very appreciated.
Kind regards, Andreas
over 8 years ago
Hi, I'm having the same issue.
I'm using phonegap 2.5 and if I touch the screen in the AR view the backbutton pause the app and I back in I only have a black screen.
The backbutton event is now for technical reason handled directly by the architectView, a backbutton press in the AR-View will alway cause user to go bach to previous PhoneGap screen.