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FragmentActivity causing activity leaks (IntentReceiver) but not on MapActivity

 
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Hi guys,

Basically, I've already asked this question here:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23402087/fragmentactivity-causing-activity-leaks-intentreceiver-but-not-on-mapactivity

Hoping to get some answer here. Many thanks
 
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Without code means almost no reply.
Could you please explain that how do you expect someone help you without actually see your code.

Probably, you won't get any help not even here or in stackoverflow.
 
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Hi ibrahim yener,

Many thanks for the quick reply. Sorry about that, well here's the codes.
Some are omitted to show only the codes where i am experiencing issues



Hope you can help me with this issue. Thanks
 
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Hi,

I've managed to somehow solved the issue by calling mapView.destroy() on the Activity's onDestroy() method. Many thanks guys.
 
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