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Archived:Audio stream is left in inconsistent state after a panic on S60 2nd Edition (Known Issue)

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=====Audio stream is left in inconsistent state after a panic=====
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==Overview==
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Re-opening an audio output stream fails after the streaming application has been terminated due to a panic.
=====Overview=====
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|colspan = "2"|Re-opening an audio output stream fails after the streaming application has been terminated due to a panic.
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==Description==
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If a panic is raised and the application is terminated during an audio streaming operation (with open and running CMdaAudioOutputStream or CMMFDevSound object), the next attempt to open an audio stream, e.g. CMdaAudioOutputStream::OpenL(), will fail.<br>The device needs to be restarted before an audio stream can be successfully reopened.
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|colspan = "2"|S60 2nd Edition, FP1, FP2, and FP3
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==How to reproduce==
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After a panic situation in the middle of audio streaming, a call to CMdaAudioOutputStream::OpenL() will not return and hangs the application.
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|colspan = "2"|October 13, 2005
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==Solution==
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No solution exists.
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=====Detailed description=====
 
|colspan = "2"|If a panic is raised and the application is terminated during an audio streaming operation (with open and running CMdaAudioOutputStream or CMMFDevSound object), the next attempt to open an audio stream, e.g. CMdaAudioOutputStream::OpenL(), will fail.<br>The device needs to be restarted before an audio stream can be successfully reopened.
 
 
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=====How to reproduce=====
 
|colspan = "2"|After a panic situation in the middle of audio streaming, a call to CMdaAudioOutputStream::OpenL() will not return and hangs the application.
 
 
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=====Solution=====
 
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[[Category:Known Issue]][[Category:Symbian C++]][[Category:Audio]][[Category:S60 2nd Edition]]
 
[[Category:Known Issue]][[Category:Symbian C++]][[Category:Audio]][[Category:S60 2nd Edition]]

Revision as of 16:22, 23 October 2008

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Created: (13 Oct 2005)
Last edited: extkbeditor2 (23 Oct 2008)

Overview

Re-opening an audio output stream fails after the streaming application has been terminated due to a panic.

Description

If a panic is raised and the application is terminated during an audio streaming operation (with open and running CMdaAudioOutputStream or CMMFDevSound object), the next attempt to open an audio stream, e.g. CMdaAudioOutputStream::OpenL(), will fail.
The device needs to be restarted before an audio stream can be successfully reopened.

How to reproduce

After a panic situation in the middle of audio streaming, a call to CMdaAudioOutputStream::OpenL() will not return and hangs the application.

Solution

No solution exists.

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