Your appplication crashes on an Android device when the device supports an Android API level that is greater than or equal to 13.
When you create an Android environment for a Worklight application, Worklight automatically sets the minimum supported Android API level for your application. It uses the android:minSdkVersion attribute in AndroidManifest.xml file to set it to the lowest Android API level that is installed on your system. In the event that you wish to target a higher Android API Level use the android:targetSdkVersion attribute in the AndroidManifest.xml file, special care must be taken. When the target Android API level is greater than or equal to 13, a new configuration change named "screenSize" is sent to your application upon a screen rotation. Unless you specifically handle that event using the android:configChanges attribute in the AndroidManifest.xml file, your application crashes. It crashes when a screen rotation occurs on an Android device that supports an Android API level greater than or equal to 13.
Resolving the problem
Any Android application that targets an Android API level greater than or equal to 13 must include the "screenSize" configuration change in the android:configChanges attribute of AndroidManifest.xml.
|Mobile- Speech and Enterprise Access||IBM Mobile Foundation||Application Development||Google Android||5.0.6||Consumer, Enterprise|