I also inspect the settings of the provder when on Update is called and everything set in XML above (e.g. However, based on your answer I dugfurther and noticed that I am looking at 1.5 docs.
The minimum is documented and apparently there is an alarm approach if need higher update frequency.
Twitter is struggling to figure out what it wants to be when it grows up.
But because there were some problems with applications I use daily, I reverted back to my old Android 6.0.1 build. Maybe something with battery optimizations or something?
I don't have to mention to you that widgets that aren't updating are very annoying.
When I reboot my phone, it updates the widgets one time, and that's that. For example, I have the widget for Google Fit on my home screen, and it is still showing the status from a couple of days ago; when I rebooted my phone.
I tried the Android N beta some time ago (I can't remember if the widgets updated then though). But I'm guessing the Android N beta has nothing to do with my problem? Are there some settings that I could have executed that froze my widgets?
But despite these tumultuous times at Twitter's headquarters, the Android app has seen some of its best days in the past few months: an overhauled Material Design inspired interface, a test for a night mode, Android N Direct Reply, and more.
But instead of giving something new, the latest Twitter alpha 6.9.0 takes away a feature: the homescreen widget.
If I tweet a new message immediately after the timeline widget loads in webview (within 20-30 seconds), the twitter timeline widget will automatically update the new twitter feed.
However, if I leave it idle for roughly 40seconds to 1 minute, and then tweet a new message, it'll never get updated anymore. //***** Creating twitter webview ***** string webscript = "[TWITTER GENERATED WIDGET TIMELINE CODE GOES HERE]"; Web View wv = new Web View(this); //***** Perform webview settings ***** Settings()Java Script Enabled(true); Settings()Loads Images Automatically(true); Settings()Allow Universal Access From File URLs(true); Settings()Enable Smooth Transition(true); /* !!!!!
I am trying to implement a simple widget for display on the home screen.