Bada Interview Preparation Guide
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Bada frequently Asked Questions by expert members with experience in Bada. These questions and answers will help you strengthen your technical skills, prepare for the new job test and quickly revise the concepts

44 Bada Questions and Answers:

1 :: Tell us what you know about Bada?

Bada is an operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. It is developed by Samsung Electronics. Its name is derived from ocean or sea in Korean. It ranges from mid- to high-end smartphones.
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2 :: How to get descriptions for error codes?

Right-click on the Emulator and select "Error Lookup". Enter the error code number to get the description of the error code.
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3 :: How to do a screenshot in bada?

Screenshots: Home (OK) key + hold key press (press Home key first)
Screenshots are located in /media/images.
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4 :: Tell me which game engine has been ported to bada?

AirPlay, a 3D game engine, has been ported to bada, and is now available for you to use.
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5 :: Will a running bada application get key and Ui events if the phone goes into the Locked state?

No. When the phone goes into Locked mode, the running bada application goes into the Background state. Key events, such as volume up and down or the end key, are not sent to the running bada application.
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6 :: Tell me Is there a global copy/paste feature? Can I copy text from one application and paste it into another one?

Yes, however it is only available for text. You can do this in the Edit Field to copy/paste from one bada application/native application to another (bada app/native app). Double-clicking or long pressing on some text gives you this option.
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7 :: Tell me can an application send an event to itself and capture it?

An application can send user events to itself using Osp::App::SendUserEvent() and capture the event using Osp::App::OnUserEventReceived().
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8 :: Suppose when a user presses the End button to kill the application, I want to stop this from happening so that the user can be prompted whether they want to save the state or not?

No, the application cannot stop itself from being terminated. If you must save the data, you can save it in the onAppTerminating () method, but you cannot provide any UI elements as the application is terminating. An alternative is to provide a settings page to get the user's preferences and use the appropriate logic in the onAppTerminating() method.
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9 :: Do you know Samsung bada promises to support multitasking. What is the maximum number of bada applications that can run simultaneously?

Depending on the memory usage of applications and the physical memory size, the number of applications that can be run at the same time may vary somewhat.
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10 :: How to make my application multitasking enabled?

You can do it in the project properties window as shown below:
Project Properties > bada build > Application Information > check the Multitasking checkbox.
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