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Android: What will happen to a jobscheduler if the package who registered it was killed by using forceStopPackage()?

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As far as I know, when using forceStopPackage(), the alarm registered by this package will automatically unregistered. So does the same logic fit for jobscheduler? Please clarify

posted Apr 6, 2016 by anonymous

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