You might want to use the onSaveinstanceState() method to store nonessential information such as uncommitted form field data or any other state information that might make the user's experience with your application less cumbersome.

When this Activity is returned to later, this Bundle is passed into the onCreate() method, allowing the Activity to return to the exact state it was in when the Activity paused.You can also read Bundle information after the onStart() callback method using the onRestoreInstanceState() callback.

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