WO2019037008A1 - Terminal operation method and terminal - Google Patents

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WO2019037008A1
WO2019037008A1 PCT/CN2017/098771 CN2017098771W WO2019037008A1 WO 2019037008 A1 WO2019037008 A1 WO 2019037008A1 CN 2017098771 W CN2017098771 W CN 2017098771W WO 2019037008 A1 WO2019037008 A1 WO 2019037008A1
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Abstract

A terminal actuation method includes: detecting screen scroll operations of a user on a touch screen of a terminal; determining whether screen scroll operations include a predefined operation of mandatory stopping of an application program; and if screen scrolling operations include the mandatory shutdown operation of the application program, necessarily stop an application program running on the foreground. The present invention makes it possible to stop a zombie application program and a malicious application program when a user uses a smart terminal and an electronic tablet.

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Terminal operation method and terminal Technical field

The present invention relates to terminal technologies, and in particular, to a terminal operation method and a terminal.

Background technique

With the rapid development of smart terminals and tablets, more and more users will use smart terminals and tablets to get information, play games and even work.

A very important advantage of smart terminals and tablets is the touch operation. The way to see where to go is to let the elderly up to 3 years old, up to 80 years old, get started quickly. As more and more smart terminals and tablet PCs are loved by users, more and more manufacturers are beginning to exert their power on smart terminals.

For example, Microsoft, Google and Apple have developed their own operating systems for smart terminals and tablets. Google's Android operating system is highly open and highly customizable. Most mobile phone manufacturers have the primary choice for operating systems on smartphones and tablets. Since the Android operating system is open source, mobile phone manufacturers will develop their own mobile operating systems based on the Android operating system, such as EMUI of Huawei terminal company, MIUI of Xiaomi Company, Flyme operating system of Meizu, Color OS of OPPO, hammer company Hammer operating system, etc., one thing in common with these operating systems is that they are based on Google's Android operating system.

Since Google Inc. updates a large version of the Android operating system every year, these terminal companies can only adapt to the version released by Google after the release of the new Android operating system, so as to create their own operations. system. The R&D strength of different companies and the attitude towards the new operating system are different, which will lead to a lot of variants of various Android operating systems based on the Android operating system.

In general, since these operating systems are based on the Android operating system, applications (APPs) for Android operating systems can generally run, but because these mobile phone manufacturers will add some functions to the Android operating system. Or features that can cause incompatibilities in certain applications running on these operating systems. One of the common incompatibilities is the suspended animation. Many screens of mobile phones are black and cannot be operated during the suspended animation. Various physical buttons may not be available. Law use. Of course, it may also cause the application to die due to the application's own problems.

In addition, due to the wide coverage of smart terminals and tablets, many unscrupulous people have also targeted smart terminals and tablets, and developed malicious applications that force push advertisements to force advertisements on users' mobile phones and display advertisements. The user cannot operate the phone.

The application's suspended animation and forced display of ads seriously affect the user's experience with smart terminals and tablets. Now users are not doing a good job of fake and forced ads for the application, or they are waiting for the end of the fake death (if they can end themselves) If you wait for the end of the advertisement display, or force the phone to restart, it affects the normal use of the user.

Summary of the invention

The embodiment of the invention provides a terminal operation method and a terminal, which can enable a user to forcibly terminate a suspended application and a malicious application when using the smart terminal and the tablet.

The purpose of the embodiment of the present invention is achieved by the following technical solutions:

The embodiment of the invention provides a terminal operation method, including:

Detecting a user's screenping operation on the touch screen of the terminal;

Determining whether the screening operation includes a preset forced termination application operation;

If the slashing operation includes the forced termination of the application operation, the application currently running in the foreground is forcibly terminated.

Optionally, the graphic for forcibly terminating the operation of the application is a preset first graphic.

Optionally, the first graphic is a graphic sequence composed of at least two graphics.

Optionally, before determining whether the screening operation is a preset forced termination application operation, the method further includes:

Determining whether the screening operation includes a preset global operation opening operation;

If the slashing operation includes the global operation opening operation, it is determined whether the sliding operation is a preset forced termination application operation.

Optionally, the graphic of the global operation opening operation is a preset second graphic.

The embodiment of the invention further provides a terminal, including:

a detecting unit, configured to detect a screening operation of the user on the touch screen of the terminal;

a determining unit, configured to determine whether the screening operation detected by the detecting unit includes a preset forced termination application operation;

The processing unit is configured to determine, in the determining unit, that the screening operation includes the forced termination of an application operation, and forcibly end an application currently running in the foreground.

Optionally, the graphic for forcibly terminating the operation of the application is a preset first graphic.

Optionally, the first graphic is a graphic sequence composed of at least two graphics.

Optionally, the determining unit is further configured to determine whether the slashing operation includes a preset global operation opening operation; and determining that the sliding operation comprises the global operation opening operation Whether to force the application operation to be terminated for the preset.

Optionally, the graphic of the global operation opening operation is a preset second graphic.

It can be seen from the foregoing technical solutions provided by the embodiments of the present invention that, in the embodiment of the present invention, the terminal can detect a screening operation of the user on the touch screen of the terminal, and determine whether the screening operation includes a preset forced termination application operation. In the screening operation, the forced termination of the application operation may force the application currently running in the foreground to be terminated, so that the user can forcibly terminate the application on the touch screen when the application is suspended or the malicious application is running. Operation, which can force the end of the application that is currently running in the foreground, which can force the end of the suspended application and malicious application, improving the user's terminal experience.

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In order to more clearly illustrate the technical solutions of the embodiments of the present invention, the drawings used in the description of the embodiments will be briefly described below. It is obvious that the drawings in the following description are only some embodiments of the present invention, Those skilled in the art can also obtain other drawings based on these drawings without paying for creative labor.

FIG. 1 is a flowchart of a method for operating a terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention;

2 is a flowchart of a method for operating a terminal according to another embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 3 is a structural diagram of a terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention.

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The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention are clearly and completely described in the following with reference to the accompanying drawings in the embodiments of the present invention. It is obvious that the described embodiments are only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, instead of All embodiments. All other embodiments obtained by those skilled in the art based on the embodiments of the present invention without creative efforts are within the scope of the present invention.

The video call method provided by the embodiment of the present invention is described first. FIG. 1 is a flowchart of a terminal operation method according to an embodiment of the present invention. The embodiment describes a process flow of the terminal, and the terminal may be a smart terminal or a tablet computer. The terminal has a touch screen. As shown in FIG. 1, this embodiment includes:

101. Detect a user's screenping operation on the touch screen of the terminal.

The detection may be specifically detected by the touch screen of the terminal. When the user performs a screen-drawing operation on the touch screen, the terminal may determine the current screen-drawing operation of the user according to the position swiped by the user's finger.

102. Determine whether the screening operation includes a preset forced termination application operation; if yes, proceed to step 103, and if no, proceed to step 104.

Specifically, the terminal can have an option of a global gesture built in, and the user can turn on this option to turn on the global gesture function. A global gesture is an application-independent gesture. The execution of a global gesture is performed by the operating system and is application-independent. The gestures of the application are executed by the application.

The global gesture may be preset, or the user may set a global gesture according to his or her own needs.

103. Force the application that is currently running in the foreground to be terminated. End the process.

Wherein, when it is determined that the user's screenping operation includes a preset forced termination application operation, it indicates that the user wishes to enforce the application currently running in the foreground, thereby forcibly ending the application currently running in the foreground, the foreground is being The running application can be a fake application and a malicious display advertisement malicious application, etc., of course, it can also be a normal running normal application. The present invention does not limit the application that is forced to terminate the application operation and can be forcibly terminated. After forcibly terminating an application that is currently running in the foreground, the operating system can display the desktop, or an application in the background, switching an application that is running in the background to the foreground.

104. Perform other operations corresponding to the screen-drawing operation or not respond to the screen-drawing operation.

Wherein, when the sliding operation corresponds to other operations set by the user or the system, the other operations may be performed, for example, may be a screen capture operation or the like. Of course, if the screening operation does not correspond to any user setting or system threshold operation, the user may perform an erroneous operation, so that the screening operation may not be responded to.

In the embodiment of the present invention, the terminal may detect a screen-scratching operation of the user on the touch screen of the terminal, and determine whether the screen-drawing operation includes a preset forced termination application operation, where the screen-drawing operation includes the forced termination of the application operation. Can force the end of the application that is currently running in the foreground, so that when the application is suspended or the malicious application is running, the application can be forcibly terminated on the touch screen, thereby forcibly ending the application currently running in the foreground, thereby It can force the end of suspended animation applications and malicious applications, improving the user's terminal experience.

In one embodiment of the present invention, the graphic corresponding to the forced termination of the application operation corresponding to the user's swipe operation may be the preset first graphic. In one embodiment, the first graphic may be a graphic having a corresponding meaning, such as an "X" shape, a "Z" shape, or the like. The "X" shape is the shape of the fork that most people touch from below, indicating that this thing is wrong, so that the user can easily remember to draw a cross on the touch screen when he wants to force the application to terminate. Of course, the above-mentioned "X" shape and "Z" shape are merely examples, and the figure that does not restrict the operation of forcibly terminating the application can only be the "X" shape and the "Z". That is, embodiments of the present invention do not limit the specific shape of the graphics that force termination of application operations. It can be understood that the user should set the graphics to be not easy to operate incorrectly when setting or the system is forced to terminate the graphics of the application operation.

In another embodiment of the present invention, the first graphic is a graphic sequence composed of at least two graphics, that is, the graphic preset to forcibly terminate the application operation in this embodiment is a graphic sequence, and the graphic sequence At least two of the graphics may be the same graphics, or may be different graphics. For example, in one embodiment, the graphics sequence is composed of two graphics, which may be two "X" shapes or two The "Z" shape can also be an "X" shape followed by a "Z" shape, or it can be a "Z" shape followed by an "X" shape. When the first graphic is composed of at least two graphics to form a graphic sequence, the possibility of user misoperation can be reduced, thereby preventing the user from forcibly terminating the normal running user program that the user does not want to terminate, thereby further improving the user's use. Experience.

FIG. 2 is a flowchart of a terminal operation method according to an embodiment of the present invention. The embodiment describes a process flow of the terminal, where the terminal may be a smart terminal or a tablet computer, and the terminal has a touch screen. As shown in FIG. 2, this embodiment includes:

201. Detect a user's screenping operation on the touch screen of the terminal.

The detection may be specifically detected by the touch screen of the terminal, and when the user performs a screen operation on the touch screen, The terminal can determine the current screening operation of the user according to the position swiped by the user's finger.

202. Determine whether the splay operation includes a preset global operation open operation; if yes, go to step 203; if no, go to step 205.

The global operation open operation may be preset, so that the terminal can detect that the subsequent operation of the user is a global operation when detecting the global operation open operation, so that the application can respond to the global operation.

The global operation open operation is equivalent to the global operation switch, and when the user performs a global operation open operation through the screen, it is equivalent to opening the global operation switch.

203. Determine whether the screening operation includes a preset forced termination application operation; if yes, proceed to step 204, and if no, proceed to step 205.

Specifically, the terminal can have an option of a global gesture built in, and the user can turn on this option to turn on the global gesture function. A global gesture is an application-independent gesture. The execution of a global gesture is performed by the operating system and is application-independent. The gestures of the application are executed by the application.

The global gesture may be preset, or the user may set a global gesture according to his or her own needs.

In an embodiment, the graphic of the global operation opening operation is a preset second graphic, and the shape of the second graphic may be set by the user according to requirements or preset by the system, for example, may be a Chinese character or a relatively complicated one. English alphabet. It is recommended to set the graphic of the global operation open operation to the graphic that the user does not normally draw, thus avoiding misidentification and causing misoperation.

204. Force the application that is currently running in the foreground to be terminated. End the process.

Wherein, when it is determined that the user's screenping operation includes a preset forced termination application operation, it indicates that the user wishes to enforce the application currently running in the foreground, thereby forcibly ending the application currently running in the foreground, the foreground is being The running application can be a fake application and a malicious display advertisement malicious application, etc., of course, it can also be a normal running normal application. The present invention does not limit the application that is forced to terminate the application operation and can be forcibly terminated. After forcibly terminating an application that is currently running in the foreground, the operating system can display the desktop, or an application in the background, switching an application that is running in the background to the foreground.

205. Perform other operations corresponding to the screen-drawing operation or do not respond to the screen-drawing operation.

Wherein, when the sliding operation corresponds to other operations set by the user or the system, the other operations may be performed, for example, may be a screen capture operation or the like. Of course, if the screening operation does not correspond to any user setting or system threshold operation, the user may perform an erroneous operation, so that the screening operation may not be responded to.

In the embodiment of the present invention, the terminal may detect a screen-scratching operation of the user on the touch screen of the terminal, and determine whether the screen-drawing operation includes a preset forced termination application operation, where the screen-drawing operation includes the forced termination of the application operation. Can force the end of the application that is currently running in the foreground, so that when the application is suspended or the malicious application is running, the application can be forcibly terminated on the touch screen, thereby forcibly ending the application currently running in the foreground, thereby It can force the end of suspended animation applications and malicious applications, improving the user's terminal experience. And the global operation opening operation can be preset in advance, so that when the user needs to use the global operation, the user first opens the global operation to open the corresponding graphic through the touch screen, thereby avoiding the misidentification of the terminal and causing the misoperation, thereby further improving the user experience.

FIG. 3 illustrates a structure of a terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 3, the terminal may include:

The detecting unit 301 is configured to detect a screening operation of the user on the touch screen of the terminal.

The detecting unit 301 may specifically be a touch screen of the terminal. When the user performs a screen punching operation on the touch screen, the detecting unit 301 may determine the current screening operation of the user according to the position swept by the user's finger.

The determining unit 302 is configured to determine whether the screening operation detected by the detecting unit includes a preset forced termination application operation.

Specifically, the terminal can have an option of a global gesture built in, and the user can turn on this option to turn on the global gesture function. A global gesture is an application-independent gesture. The execution of a global gesture is performed by the operating system and is application-independent. The gestures of the application are executed by the application.

The global gesture may be preset, or the user may set a global gesture according to his or her own needs.

In one embodiment of the present invention, the graphic corresponding to the forced termination of the application operation corresponding to the user's swipe operation may be the preset first graphic. In one embodiment, the first graphic may be a graphic having a corresponding meaning, such as an "X" shape, a "Z" shape, or the like. Where the "X" shape It is the shape of the fork that most people touch from below, indicating that this thing is wrong, so that the user can easily remember to draw a cross on the touch screen when he wants to force the application to terminate. Of course, the above-mentioned "X" shape and "Z" shape are merely examples, and the figure that does not restrict the operation of forcibly terminating the application can only be the "X" shape and the "Z". That is, embodiments of the present invention do not limit the specific shape of the graphics that force termination of application operations. It can be understood that the user should set the graphics to be not easy to operate incorrectly when setting or the system is forced to terminate the graphics of the application operation.

In another embodiment of the present invention, the first graphic is a graphic sequence composed of at least two graphics, that is, the graphic preset to forcibly terminate the application operation in this embodiment is a graphic sequence, and the graphic sequence At least two of the graphics may be the same graphics, or may be different graphics. For example, in one embodiment, the graphics sequence is composed of two graphics, which may be two "X" shapes or two The "Z" shape can also be an "X" shape followed by a "Z" shape, or it can be a "Z" shape followed by an "X" shape. When the first graphic is composed of at least two graphics to form a graphic sequence, the possibility of user misoperation can be reduced, thereby preventing the user from forcibly terminating the normal running user program that the user does not want to terminate, thereby further improving the user's use. Experience.

The processing unit 303 is configured to determine, in the determining unit, that the slashing operation comprises the forced termination of an application operation, and forcibly end an application currently running in the foreground.

Wherein, when it is determined that the user's screenping operation includes a preset forced termination application operation, it indicates that the user wishes to enforce the application currently running in the foreground, thereby forcibly ending the application currently running in the foreground, the foreground is being The running application can be a fake application and a malicious display advertisement malicious application, etc., of course, it can also be a normal running normal application. The present invention does not limit the application that is forced to terminate the application operation and can be forcibly terminated. After forcibly terminating an application that is currently running in the foreground, the operating system can display the desktop, or an application in the background, switching an application that is running in the background to the foreground.

The processing unit 303 can also be used to perform other operations corresponding to the screen-drawing operation or not to respond to the screen-drawing operation, when the screen-shaping operation corresponds to other operations or does not correspond to any operation. Wherein, when the sliding operation corresponds to other operations set by the user or the system, the other operations may be performed, for example, may be a screen capture operation or the like. Of course, if the screening operation does not correspond to any user setting or system threshold operation, the user may perform a misoperation, and thus may not ring. The screen should be operated as described.

In another embodiment of the present invention, the determining unit 302 is further configured to determine whether the sliding operation includes a preset global operation opening operation; if it is determined that the ping operation includes the global operation opening operation, It is determined whether the screening operation is a preset forced termination application operation. The graphic of the global operation opening operation is a preset second graphic.

The global operation open operation may be preset, so that the terminal can detect that the subsequent operation of the user is a global operation when detecting the global operation open operation, so that the application can respond to the global operation.

The global operation open operation is equivalent to the global operation switch, and when the user performs a global operation open operation through the screen, it is equivalent to opening the global operation switch.

In an embodiment, the graphic of the global operation opening operation is a preset second graphic, and the shape of the second graphic may be set by the user according to requirements or preset by the system, for example, may be a Chinese character or a relatively complicated one. English alphabet. It is recommended to set the graphic of the global operation open operation to the graphic that the user does not normally draw, thus avoiding misidentification and causing misoperation.

In the embodiment of the present invention, the terminal may detect a screen-scratching operation of the user on the touch screen of the terminal, and determine whether the screen-drawing operation includes a preset forced termination application operation, where the screen-drawing operation includes the forced termination of the application operation. Can force the end of the application that is currently running in the foreground, so that when the application is suspended or the malicious application is running, the application can be forcibly terminated on the touch screen, thereby forcibly ending the application currently running in the foreground, thereby It can force the end of suspended animation applications and malicious applications, improving the user's terminal experience. And the global operation opening operation can be preset in advance, so that when the user needs to use the global operation, the user first opens the global operation to open the corresponding graphic through the touch screen, thereby avoiding the misidentification of the terminal and causing the misoperation, thereby further improving the user experience.

For the information exchange, the execution process, and the like between the above-mentioned devices and the modules in the system, the content is based on the same concept as the method embodiment of the present invention. For details, refer to the description in the method embodiment of the present invention, and details are not described herein again.

A person skilled in the art can understand that all or part of the process of implementing the above embodiment method can be completed by a computer program to instruct related hardware, and the above program can be stored in a computer readable storage medium. When executed, the flow of an embodiment of the methods as described above may be included. The storage medium may be a magnetic disk, an optical disk, a read-only memory (ROM), or a random access memory (RAM).

The principles and embodiments of the present invention have been described herein with reference to specific examples. The foregoing description of the embodiments are merely for the purpose of understanding the method of the present invention and the concept thereof. Also, those skilled in the art in accordance with the present invention The present invention is not limited by the scope of the present invention.

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  1. A terminal operation method, comprising:
    Detecting a user's screenping operation on the touch screen of the terminal;
    Determining whether the screening operation includes a preset forced termination application operation;
    If the slashing operation includes the forced termination of the application operation, the application currently running in the foreground is forcibly terminated.
  2. The method of claim 1 wherein said graphic forcing termination of application operation is a preset first graphic.
  3. The method of claim 2 wherein said first graphic is a sequence of graphics consisting of at least two graphics.
  4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein before the determining whether the slashing operation is a preset forced termination application operation, the method further comprises:
    Determining whether the screening operation includes a preset global operation opening operation;
    If the slashing operation includes the global operation opening operation, it is determined whether the sliding operation is a preset forced termination application operation.
  5. The method of claim 4 wherein the graphic of the global operation open operation is a preset second graphic.
  6. A terminal, comprising:
    a detecting unit, configured to detect a screening operation of the user on the touch screen of the terminal;
    a determining unit, configured to determine whether the screening operation detected by the detecting unit includes a preset forced termination application operation;
    The processing unit is configured to determine, in the determining unit, that the screening operation includes the forced termination of an application operation, and forcibly end an application currently running in the foreground.
  7. The terminal according to claim 6, wherein the graphic for forcibly terminating the operation of the application is a preset first graphic.
  8. The terminal according to claim 7, wherein said first graphic is a graphic sequence composed of at least two graphics.
  9. The terminal according to any one of claims 6 to 8, wherein the determining unit is further configured to determine whether the sliding operation includes a preset global operation opening operation; The global operation open operation determines whether the screening operation is a preset forced termination application operation.
  10. The terminal according to claim 9, wherein the graphic of the global operation opening operation is a preset second graphic.
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