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On iPad, if you override UIApplicationDelegate.OnResignActivation, it will be called too shortly after launching the app from Test Flight or App Store, resulting in App crash and the app gets rejected by Apple.
The same issue was on iPhone but was fixed in an earlier beta version.
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Could you attach the Crash report reported from the Apple?
> The same issue was on iPhone but was fixed in an earlier beta version.
I'm not aware of any such fix and any would have been identical to the iPad.
It's also an event that iOS calls, it's not up to the application (or XI) to call it, so it should never be called too soon (or too late).
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