Sunday, March 24, 2013

Small tip on XAudio2 for Windows Phone

     While debugging one of my Windows Phone applications on the device I've noticed that after the debug session the battery of the device drained faster than usual (so I always restarted the device after using it for debugging). Initially I thought it was the Bluetooth driver but I saw that if I stop the XAudio2 engine when my application gets suspended and re-enable it when the application resumes my battery drains "normally". This should be a best practice as your application doesn't really need the engine when it gets suspended. So:


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