I am using Unity in my Android app. When the app opens, I show the user data in the Unity scene. User data contains texts and images.

In order to load this data in the scene, I make a lot of UnityPlayer.UnitySendMessage(GameObject,Function,Params) calls to many C# scripts in Unity from Android. Each of these calls performs a specific task like loading an image, creating a text, applying the text font etc.

Problem is that the loading of this data right now looks incremental (if that's the right word). So the text is visible first and after a fraction of a second the image shows. Some text effects show later. This looks ugly.

How can I make all the UI elements load at the same time even if it takes some time? Is there a way to freeze the scene before each game object is ready to be drawn?

  • \$\begingroup\$ You could choose to show a loading animation until your app finishes loading the last image, or until you send an "Okay, ready to reveal" message to trigger your scripts to switch to displaying the now-fully loaded content. \$\endgroup\$
    – DMGregory
    Commented Mar 13, 2020 at 11:43

1 Answer 1


You can use this to wait until something happens:


Or you can set up a load scene, where you load up and store stuff, than show it in the next scene when is is ready, or when the player presses a button:



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