My Anti-Virus software just flagged one of my B4A class modules as a Trojan and tried to delete it. Has anyone else experienced something like this?
I was converting letters into a string of 0's and 1's. It didn't like that. I now convert them into a string of a's and b's and it quit complaining.I believe when using the rapid debugger, your "code" gets executed on the pc and only a "shell" app runs on the Android device.
This may explain why your A/V software only complains when rapid debugging, but I don't know what is in the code that it doesn't like.