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Old January 30th, 2013, 09:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Using a running service as a context

I use Airdroid's widget to start its service when I connect to my PC. When connected I'd like the display timeout to extend to 10 minutes. It's easy enough to do if I run the app and set it as the context, but the widget only calls the service.

Is there a way to have the service as the context?

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Default Re: Using a running service as a context

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I use Airdroid's widget to start its service when I connect to my PC. When connected I'd like the display timeout to extend to 10 minutes. It's easy enough to do if I run the app and set it as the context, but the widget only calls the service.

Is there a way to have the service as the context?
last time i looked, it was in the todo, but you can check the beta on the website.
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