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List View - How to avoid black selected items

  Twice I faced the same problem. I had used listview. If you drag on the view it would show all the list elements.

Solution:

   In the code, use
listview.setCacheColorHint(Color.TRANSPARENT).

Your problem is solved

Simple. Isn't it?

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