Thank you for sending the log as well. Can you please check if UTNotifications needs some configuration to make it work with non-standard activities? If that doesn't solve your problem, can you send us the simplified project you created for testing at firstname.lastname@example.org, so that I can debug it locally?
Here are more details on how the app is being notified in this scenario:
When the user clicks on a notification, the following code is being used to activate the application (on Android):
final PackageManager packageManager = context.getPackageManager();
final Intent mainActivityIntent = packageManager.getLaunchIntentForPackage(this.getApplicationContext().getPackageName());
With other Activity classes, this works fine, but the WikitudeActivity crashes. The following is in the LogCat output:
01-29 23:55:46.220 2393 4429 E ActivityTrigger: activityResumeTrigger: not whiteListeduniversal.tools.notificationsexample/com.wikitude.unity.WikitudeActivity/1
01-29 23:55:46.382 18630 18792 F libc : Fatal signal 11 (SIGSEGV), code 1, fault addr 0x0 in tid 18792 (UnityMain)
More of the log output is in the attached file.
I encountered the following problem when adding notifications to a Unity app involving Wikitude running on an Android device:
1) Open the app
2) Press the Home button to pause the app/put it in the background
3) Send a notification to the app
4) Click on the notification to bring the app to the forefront
> The app crashes and needs to be restarted
This is related to some interaction between notifications and WikitudeActivity referenced in the AndroidManifest.xml file. To investigate, I trimmed the app so there was a single, simple scene with only UI, the notification handling code, and no wikitude usage. The problem still occurred until I replaced the WikitudeActivity in the AndroidManifest.xml file with the standard UnityPlayerActivity.
Also, the following similar scenarios appear to work fine:
- In step 2, close the app instead of putting in the background.
- Pause the app and then return to it without sending a notification
- In iOS, the same scenario works fine
I'm working with the following versions:
Wikitude Unity Plugin: 7.1.0
Android: 7.0 on Samsung Galaxy S7 and 4.4.2 on HTC
Notifications package: UTNotifications from the Unity Asset Store
Anyone know a way to avoid this? Or has anyone seen something similar?