When the Activity reaches the top of the activity stack and becomes the foreground process, the onResume() method is called. Although the Activity might not be visible yet to the user, this is the most appropriate place to retrieve any instances to resources (exclusive or otherwise) that the Activity needs to run. Often, these resources are the most process-intensive, so we only keep these around while the Activity is in the foreground.
The onResume() method is the appropriate place to start audio, video, and animations.
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