Archived:Repeated WLAN connection causes memory allocation failure on Nokia E65 (Known Issue)
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[[Category:Known Issue]][[Category:Symbian C++]][[Category:Networking]][[Category:WLAN]][[Category:S60 3rd Edition (initial release)]][[Category:Nokia Web Browser]]
Latest revision as of 01:44, 31 May 2013
Repeatedly connecting and disconnecting to WLAN seems to produce an out-of-memory condition in Nokia E65 (and possibly other S60 3rd Edition devices).
If you repeatedly try to establish and disconnect a WLAN connection, the socket server returns error -4 (KErrNoMemory) if there is any attempt to create a further connection through the socket server.
This condition can be created by repeating the following actions approximately 450 times:
- establishing a connection (RSocketServ::Connect(), RConnection::Open(), RConnection::Start()) and then
- closing that connection (RConnection::Close(), RSocketServ::Close())
The condition appears after approximately one hour of continuously creating and recreating the connection.
After the error occurs, trying to establish a connection using the Web application also results in error -4.
No solution available for Nokia E65.
This problem can no longer be reproduced on Nokia N95 8GB sw version 30.0.018.