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Originally Posted by hotnikkelz View Post
Really now.... :-/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOBHEfl0ShU
Most folks will say that's actual serial tasking, not true multi-tasking since once you switch away from an application (mail, certain background running tasks excluded though) like that game in the video, it's "paused" and set to resume when you pull it into focus.

That's serial tasking. There's background services; but that's in all of the current Mobile OS out now. Multi-tasking isn't in all of the Mobile OS's out now though, not in a classical definition.
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Originally Posted by gerbick View Post
Most folks will say that's actual serial tasking, not true multi-tasking since once you switch away from an application (mail, certain background running tasks excluded though) like that game in the video, it's "paused" and set to resume when you pull it into focus.

That's serial tasking. There's background services; but that's in all of the current Mobile OS out now. Multi-tasking isn't in all of the Mobile OS's out now though, not in a classical definition.
Why long-press the Back button? It doesn't make (intuitive) sense!

Pressing Back, should do just that, go back one page/settings.
Holding it should instantly kill/exit app...(like how I have it set up on AOKP).
Pressing Home should toggle the RunningTasks.
I don't think anyone uses the Spotlight/Search button on WindowsPhone, frankly it makes it clucky and confusing to use (from my limited experience).
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