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    Nicola

    <div>i have an urgent problem with the facebook plugin, on iOS is all ok, but on Android (i tested on android 9, on Samsung s9 and sony xperia) i can’t do the login, after selected the my facebook account i see the screen flicks (as some view is opened and closed soon) with the facebook app installed and have this error:</div>
    <div>W Bundle  : Key error_code expected String but value was a java.lang.Integer.  The default value <null> was returned.
    W Bundle  : Attempt to cast generated internal exception:
    W Bundle  : java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.Integer cannot be cast to java.lang.String
    W Bundle  : at android.os.BaseBundle.<wbr />getString(BaseBundle.java:<wbr />1158)
    W Bundle  : at com.facebook.login.<wbr />NativeAppLoginMethodHandler.<wbr />handleResultOk(<wbr />NativeAppLoginMethodHandler.<wbr />java:78)
    W Bundle  : at com.facebook.login.<wbr />NativeAppLoginMethodHandler.<wbr />onActivityResult(<wbr />NativeAppLoginMethodHandler.<wbr />java:64)
    W Bundle  : at com.facebook.login.<wbr />LoginClient.onActivityResult(<wbr />LoginClient.java:145)
    W Bundle  : at com.facebook.login.<wbr />LoginFragment.<wbr />onActivityResult(<wbr />LoginFragment.java:167)
    W Bundle  : at android.support.v4.app.<wbr />FragmentActivity.<wbr />onActivityResult(<wbr />FragmentActivity.java:160)
    W Bundle  : at android.app.Activity.<wbr />dispatchActivityResult(<wbr />Activity.java:7463)
    W Bundle  : at android.app.ActivityThread.<wbr />deliverResults(ActivityThread.<wbr />java:4375)
    W Bundle  : at android.app.ActivityThread.<wbr />handleSendResult(<wbr />ActivityThread.java:4424)
    W Bundle  : at android.app.servertransaction.<wbr />ActivityResultItem.execute(<wbr />ActivityResultItem.java:49)
    W Bundle  : at android.app.servertransaction.<wbr />TransactionExecutor.<wbr />executeCallbacks(<wbr />TransactionExecutor.java:108)
    W Bundle  : at android.app.servertransaction.<wbr />TransactionExecutor.execute(<wbr />TransactionExecutor.java:68)
    W Bundle  : at android.app.ActivityThread$H.<wbr />handleMessage(ActivityThread.<wbr />java:1814)
    W Bundle  : at android.os.Handler.<wbr />dispatchMessage(Handler.java:<wbr />106)
    W Bundle  : at android.os.Looper.loop(Looper.<wbr />java:280)
    W Bundle  : at android.app.ActivityThread.<wbr />main(ActivityThread.java:6706)
    W Bundle  : at java.lang.reflect.Method.<wbr />invoke(Native Method)
    W Bundle  : at com.android.internal.os.<wbr />RuntimeInit$<wbr />MethodAndArgsCaller.run(<wbr />RuntimeInit.java:493)
    W Bundle  : at com.android.internal.os.<wbr />ZygoteInit.main(ZygoteInit.<wbr />java:858)
    D OneSignal: registerUser: registerForPushFired:false, locationFired: true, awlFired: true
    I OneSignal: Device registered, push token = ev8SPCZZhGw:<wbr />APA91bHrdTwES6fvXSfy3BqoLTamO2<wbr />ik-sqZJxpKNbSWXAXbe0e-<wbr />4l9SvfY3lPRRXcL6olRbKI0GZbR8Mj<wbr />2hoRac0sTZFOsWeGc6-<wbr />rUvN0kMZdV1arAJG0HedkEuF3RRPWW<wbr />13DYrF1qP
    D OneSignal: registerUser: registerForPushFired:true, locationFired: true, awlFired: true
    D OneSignal: onActivityStopped: com.facebook.FacebookActivity
    D OneSignal: curActivity is NOW: net.vplay.helper.<wbr />VPlayActivity:net.vplay.<wbr />helper.VPlayActivity@e56342c
    D OneSignal: onActivityDestroyed: com.facebook.FacebookActivity
    D OneSignal: curActivity is NOW: net.vplay.helper.<wbr />VPlayActivity:net.vplay.<wbr />helper.VPlayActivity@e56342c</div>
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    <div>It’s ok if the user doen”t have the facebook app installed (instead using the browser it’s ok – but it’s very rare that a facebook user don’t use the app).</div>
    <div>For me it’s very urgent task.</div>
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