Archived:Sound interjection (playback) impossible during a voice call (Known Issue)

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Devices(s): Nokia 6620, Nokia 7710, Nokia 9300 Communicator, Nokia 9500 Communicator
Created: User:Technical writer 1 (April 21, 2005, updated October 27, 2005)
Last edited: hamishwillee (20 Jun 2012)



Trying to interject sound during a voice call causes KErrDied error.


Audio cannot be played to the uplink of an active voice call, because the underlying hardware (TI OMAP 1510) in these devices does not allow application audio to be mixed with in-call audio.

This issue is hardware-specific and only occurs in the reported devices.

For information about playback/recording during voice call on S60 2nd Edition, Feature Pack 2 and FP3 devices, see the known issue Audio routing settings cannot be controlled (KIS000141).

How to reproduce

While in an active voice call, use CMdaAudioOutputStream or CMdaAudioPlayerUtility of the Multi Media Framework (MMF) Client API to play audio to the audio hardware.
As a result you get an error code –13 (KErrDied).


No solution exists.

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