bottom 1/3 of app cutoff in HTC Evo but works on Nexus 7 and simulator

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  1. Alen
    Alen avatar
    7 posts
    Member since:
    Aug 2013

    Posted 17 Sep 2013 Link to this post


    I'm struggling with an issue where the BOTTOM 1/3 or so of my app is blank when running on the Evo 3D phone (Android 4.0.3). The footer is not visible and the content of the page stops 1/3 up from the bottom yet what's visible is still scrollable. The app works perfectly in the simulator and on my Nexus 7 tablet (Android 4.3). When I rotate the Evo to landscape mode the page then extends to the fills the top and bottom of the screen but then the RIGHT 1/3 of the entire page is blank including the header and footer. I've tried enabling HW acceleration just for grins and no luck. Tried changing the screen manifest settings a bit and no luck. Tried rebooting the Evo and made sure it's as updated as I can get it though Sprint. Any ideas?

    BTW, the same app works perfectly when built for iOS and was tested on multiple devices including iPads. Just this one Android phone in my testing so far is having the issue.

    I plan to ask more users to Beta test with different devices but wanted to see if anyone else has seen a similar issue first to make sure it's not something easy that I'm missing? The problem makes the app unusable on the device since you can't navigate properly with it in this state.

    thanks all,

    P. A. Standish
  2. Deyan Varchev
    Deyan Varchev avatar
    150 posts

    Posted 20 Sep 2013 Link to this post


     Thanks for contacting us. It looks like a local problem you are experiencing on the HTC device. Can you share with us more details on your case? What UI framework are you using - is it Kendo UI mobile, jQuery Mobile or something else? Which version of the framework are you using (you can look at the .min.js file header for version numbers)? 
    Can you provide us with an isolated a simple jsbin demo that shows the problem at hand?
    This information will greatly help us reproduce your problem locally and find a solution for it.

    Thank you in advance for the collaboration.

    Deyan Varchev

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  3. Answer
    Alen avatar
    7 posts
    Member since:
    Aug 2013

    Posted 31 Oct 2013 Link to this post


    The Icenium upgrade to letting me use Cordova 3 seems to have resolved the issues. Since I started using that it's been working great. 

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