firstVisibleItem, visibleItemCount, totalItemCount do not change even Scroll event happened

Im having a ScrollView which contains a Listview, However even if I scroll the listview, the three parameters in onscroll() method do not change, they remain the same as the initial state.

Here's my layout

Also my code for handling the scroll event,noted the contentlist is the listview not the scrollview.

However as you can see in the logcat, nothing change even if i scroll around and the visible item count should be two only

I wonder if its because of the height of the listview which cause this issue?



First of all, i can't understand why you have kept a ListView inside a ScrollView.

You shouldn't put a ListView inside a ScrollView because the ListView class implements its own scrolling and it just doesn't receive gestures because they all are handled by the parent ScrollView.

But if you still need ListView inside the ScrollView , You can add touch listener to ListView and disable the touch event of the parent ScrollView like this..

contentList.setOnTouchListener(new OnTouchListener() {
    // Setting on Touch Listener for handling the touch inside ScrollView
    public boolean onTouch(View v, MotionEvent event) {
    // Disallow the touch request for parent scroll on touch of child view
    return false;

Hope it helps.. :)

Having ListView inside of a ScrollView always cause problems.. Why don't you just have the ListView in the SwipeRefreshLayout and use addHeaderView() to display your LinearLayout above it?

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