I would rather have a message about a problem than an alert dialog. Android does an awful lot of things by default, and we need to know how to find that out. So we have to be able to find out what that problem is, and to decide how to fix it.
The problem is that the system always sends an alert dialog when a resource fails to load, even if the resource ID does not actually exist. Unfortunately, the resource ID #0x0 is an alert dialog, and it appears that this is what we’re supposed to be seeing.
Yes, this is the alert dialog for the “missing resource id #0x0”. The actual problem is that this resource id is not there. It’s just a string of random gibberish, which the system sends to your phone. So instead of an alert dialog, this string of gibberish is what you see.
That’s not the only problem with the resource id 0x0. As you can see in other parts of the code, it also contains an exception. This is because the resource id 0x0 can’t be found. The system can’t load it because it’s not there.
The resource id 0x0 is an exception, and this is why the system throws an alert dialog.
In this case, the system is telling you that the resource id 0x0 is not there. The system can’t find it because it’s not there.
So what to do? Well, if you want to get the alert dialog, you probably can’t. The resource id 0x0 is the exception, and this is why the system throws an alert dialog. Theres a chance that the resource id 0x0 is already in use by another process, and that might be why you see the exception message. But even if you can load the resource id 0x0, theres not much you can do with it.