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WallpaperService.Engine | Android Developers

android.service.wallpaper.WallpaperService.Engine The actual implementation of a wallpaper. A wallpaper service may have multiple instances running (for example as a real wallpaper and as a preview), each of which is represented by its own Engine instance.

WallpaperService | Android Developers

android.service.wallpaper.WallpaperService A wallpaper service is responsible for showing a live wallpaper behind applications that would like to sit on top of it. This service object itself does very little — its only purpose is to generate instances of WallpaperService.Engine as needed.

WallpaperService.Engine – Android SDK | Android Developers

Class Overview. The actual implementation of a wallpaper. A wallpaper service may have multiple instances running (for example as a real wallpaper and as a preview), each of which is represented by its own Engine instance.

WallpaperService.Engine | Android Developers

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WallpaperService – Android SDK | Android Developers

A wallpaper service is responsible for showing a live wallpaper behind applications that would like to sit on top of it. This service object itself does very little — its only purpose is to generate instances of WallpaperService.Engine as needed.

Engine(Android.Service.Wallpaper.WallpaperService) – Xamarin

Namespace: Android.Service.Wallpaper Assembly: Mono.Android (in Mono.Android.dll) Assembly Versions: 0.0.0.0 Since: Added in API level 7

WallpaperService | Android Developers

This service object itself does very little — its only purpose is to generate instances of WallpaperService.Engine as needed. Implementing a wallpaper thus involves subclassing from this, subclassing an Engine implementation, and implementing onCreateEngine() to return a …

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Operator head spacing!!!! I just looked at AndroidManifest.xml again and I noticed I accidentally left the configuration for the service to run in a new process each time instantiated (via android:process=»:myprocessname».

WallpaperService.Engine Class – Xamarin

The actual implementation of a wallpaper. A wallpaper service may have multiple instances running (for example as a real wallpaper and as a preview), each of which is represented by its own Engine instance.