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posted 2014-01-13 15:43:25 +0300

Bug: how many native SF and android applications can be running at the same time?

At the moment my personal experience is that no more than 6 SF application can be running together with android applications at the same time.

Typically it is even less as it depends at which point the android applications have been started.

If they are started as one of the first ones then they typically stay on at Home screen until user tries to activate and use them, causing the android application to close. Restarting with 4 to 6 SF application will cause immendiate closing after the application startup.

Is this a bug or feature?

If it is feature what are the maximum number of active applications both native SF and Android that Jolla can handle?

Bug: how many native SF and android applications can be running at the same time?

At the moment my personal experience is that no more than 6 SF application can be running together with android applications at the same time.

Typically it is even less as it depends at which point the android applications have been started.

If they are started as one of the first ones then they typically stay on at Home screen until user tries to activate and use them, causing the android application to close. Restarting with 4 to 6 SF application will cause immendiate closing after the application startup.

Is this a bug or feature?

If it is feature feature, what are the maximum number of active applications both native SF and Android that Jolla can handle?

Bug: how many native SF and android applications can be running at the same time?

At the moment my personal experience is that no more than 6 SF application can be running together with android applications at the same time.

Typically it is even less as it depends at which point the android applications have been started.

If they are started as one of the first ones then they typically stay on at Home screen until user tries to activate and use them, causing the android application to close. Restarting with 4 to 6 SF application will cause immendiate closing after the application startup.

Is this a bug or feature?

If it is feature, what are the maximum number of active applications both native SF and Android that Jolla can handle?

Bug: how many native SF and android applications can be running at the same time?

At the moment my personal experience is that no more than 6 SF application can be running together with android applications at the same time.

Typically it is even less as it depends at which point the android applications have been started.

If they are started as one of the first ones then they typically stay on at Home screen until user tries to activate and use them, causing the android application to close. Restarting with 4 to 6 SF application will cause immendiate closing after the application startup.

Is this a bug or feature?

If it is feature, what are the maximum number of active applications both native SF and Android that Jolla can handle?

Bug: how many native SF and android applications can be running at the same time?

At the moment my personal experience is that no more than 6 SF application can be running together with android applications at the same time.

Typically it is even less as it depends at which point the android applications have been started.

If they are started as one of the first ones then they typically stay on at Home screen until user tries to activate and use them, causing the android application to close. Restarting with 4 to 6 SF application will cause immendiate closing after the application startup.

Is this a bug or feature?

If it is feature, what are the maximum number of active applications both native SF and Android that Jolla can handle?