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  1. Re: Routing audio to loudspeaker/earpiece. Succes stories

    Thanks a lot, ltomuta.
    This API works fine on E51. I tried different ways to resolve this problem but it seems that i've missed this API.
    Thanks again
  2. Re: Routing audio to loudspeaker/earpiece. Succes stories

    Hi again.
    I tried latest APS API to activate/deactivate loudspeaker and it works fine on 3.0 devices, but on E51 it DOESN'T work during GSM call.
    I HAVE TO use APS on E51 device. I also tried...
  3. Re: Routing audio to loudspeaker/earpiece. Succes stories

    The latest version of APS really works.
    Thank you
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    Re: writing data in file

    efsrv.lib

    P.S.
    Have a look at symbian_devlib.chm in your SDK
  5. Re: Routing audio to loudspeaker/earpiece. Succes stories

    Thank you for the answer.
    I need to use audio routing on 3.0 devices also. And i still didn't found any working soulution for 3.0. Could you tell me what should i use (or at least direction to dig)?...
  6. Routing audio to loudspeaker/earpiece. Succes stories

    Hi.
    I have routing audio to loudspeaker/earpiece problem (during playing file, streaming or GSM call - all is VERY interesting to me).

    I've read a lot of posts and some articles from wiki...
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    Re: incoming INVITE problem (480)

    There are not any other VoIP app/srv in background.
    Unfortunately i can't change PC's INVITE requests but i have to implement fully compatible Symbian client (i'll try connect 2 symbian devices).
    ...
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    Re: incoming INVITE problem (480)

    I tried SipEx from SDK FP1. It didn't work even on emulator from first tries and i didn't spent much time to get it working.
    INVITE request:

    INVITE sip:mp~mp.ua@10.15.44.152 SIP/2.0
    Via:...
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    Re: incoming INVITE problem (480)

    Thanks again.

    c:\logs\sip folder stays empty. Probably it needs to define some macro or this feature is supported only in debug builds.

    "...SIP proxy cannot reach the mobile client" - receiving...
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    Re: incoming INVITE problem (480)

    Thank You for quick reply.
    But it seems that we misunderstood each other...
    I said that PC client sends INVITE and receives 480 from my app. But i did'n get SIP stack callback like IncomingRequest....
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    incoming INVITE problem (480)

    Hi.
    I have SIP-based app for Symbian 9.1 devices (testes on N93 and N80). It can successfully send/reseive MESSAGEs, send INVITE. But when i send INVITE to my app from another SIP client (PC) i...
  12. SIP stack never calls MSIPConnectionObserver::InviteCanceled()

    Hi.
    SIP-based application
    1) remote user sends me "INVITE" => my app receives incoming request "INVITE"
    2) i send response "ringing" - OK
    3) remote user sends me "CANCEL" => SIP stack generates...
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    Re: key frame in video stream

    Any suggestions?
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    key frame in video stream

    Hi.
    I used CVideoPlayerUtility for playing rtsp url. (e.g h264 is used)
    How to catch the moment when key frame is received?
    What should i implement to have access to the information about incoming...
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    Re: strange memory leak

    no. this file does not exists and it can't be opened, so Leave occurs (it is normally, i expect such case also). Not all details were written, sorry.

    One more...
    If i disable this code i still...
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    strange memory leak

    Hi.
    I've got "Alloc" error on app exit.
    HookLogger shows me following info about memory leak:

    Ordinal342 + 58
    Expo + 11662 -EUserParasite_eka2.dll! 1000dc5e()
    Expo + 12259...
  17. Thread: Please help me!

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    Probably You defined some non-static data outside...

    Probably You defined some non-static data outside of class declarations.
    Look at testure.map file (section .data, .bss). If i right, there You can see what data are causing the problems.
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    Look at...

    Look at http://newlc.com/article.php3?id_article=136
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    May be 1.Change richText 2. MakeVisible(EFalse)...

    May be
    1.Change richText
    2. MakeVisible(EFalse)
    3. HandleTextChangedL()
    4.SetCursorPosL(RichText()->LdDocumentLength(), EFalse);
    5. MakeVisible(ETrue)
    if need
    6. DarwNow()
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    So just call HandleTextChangedL() after changing...

    So just call HandleTextChangedL() after changing richText. I mean this->HandleTextChangedL()
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    Is RichText() Your own function or Your class is...

    Is RichText() Your own function or Your class is derived from CEikRichTextEditor and RichText() is CEikRichTextEditor::RichText()?
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    CAknSingleStyleListBox: Item...

    CAknSingleStyleListBox:
    Item StringFormat:"\t%S\t\t"
    So
    itemArray->AppendL( _L( "\tFirst\t\t" ) );


    CAknSingleGraphicStyleListBox
    Item StringFormat:"%d\t%S\t%d\t%d"
    etc.
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    HandleTextChangedL() inherited from CEikEdwin....

    HandleTextChangedL() inherited from CEikEdwin.
    Did You try HandleTextChangedL()?
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    Try MyEditor->HandleTextChangedL()

    Try MyEditor->HandleTextChangedL()
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    AppUi() is not static member function of CCoeEnv....

    AppUi() is not static member function of CCoeEnv.
    CCoeEnv::Static() gets a pointer to a CCoeEnv which can be used to access CCoeEnv's functions.
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