I am using OpenEars version 0.913 on iOS 5.0 and it seems to work. I did make some changes to the AudioSessionManager however that might be making this possible specifically kAudioSessionProperty_OverrideCategoryMixWithOthers.
When it goes to background, iOS shows “fancy” red navigation bar as OpenEars keeps recording. I am using for continued iPod control, but an easy test is to fire local notifications on specific word/phrase recognition.
Actually…..this IS possible. It depends on what sort of background app you may already have running. It is not possible to keep OpenEars going all on its own, but if your app is one of the 3 apple background apps (voip, audio, or location) then OpenEars will continue as active and listening.
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