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Override superclass callback methods

Override superclass callback methods: Java Design Patterns and APIs for Android
Override superclass callback methods: Java Design Patterns and APIs for Android

Activities in Android go through a lifecycle. A set of stages, as they appear and disappear on the device. As that activity enters each state, a method is called that's a member of the activity. You can controls what happens in each stage by overriding these methods in your Java code. I'll describe each method, the state it's related to, and what you can do with your custom lifecycle code.

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