07-28-2010 05:16 AM
i am getting the error
Application net_rim_media(48) is not responding; process terminated
while playing a video. Once this error occurred, i am not able to play video again , it just displays a black screen.
I am testing my application on device 9700, v220.127.116.116 (Bundle 1111, Platform 18.104.22.168).
I have implemented a minimal RTSP stack , which connects to RTSP server and plays video.
Any body has idea, when this error occurs.
07-28-2010 05:19 AM
most likely you are blocking the ui thread.
move networking and all other blocking operations to a separate thread.
07-28-2010 05:29 AM
I am not performing any activity in the main event thred, no blocking calls.
I have separate threads for RTP, RTCP and RTSP handling.
One more thing same application was working fine without this error on another 9700 device with slightly older version. I suspect this is firmware issue, as once i get this error, the RSP link doesnot work on Browser also. all time i get device media processor is busy message.
07-28-2010 10:37 AM
I too have the same issue. My application works fine with 4.1/4.2/4.5/4.7/5.0 OS versions without any issue and it throws the same exception on OS version 4.6 (8350i iDEN network). It happens when it starts getting GPS fixes.
It would be helpful if someone helps to figure this out.
07-28-2010 01:14 PM
Please refer to the following.
Process [ApplicationName] killed due to message queue overflow
07-28-2010 04:45 PM
Thanks Mark for the information.
My question is that the same code base is working fine with all other models (and OS too) and it fails with this (8350i model with 4.6/5.0 OS version) model. Is there any changes made for this model (specially it is on iDEN network). I doubt that there could be some changes made specially for this model or the message processing is very slow compare to other model and causing this issue.
07-29-2010 03:24 AM
in my experience these problems can arise if code was initially developed on faster devices and is now deployed on slower ones. some devices can cope better with event-thread clogging then others - you should avoid it at all cost.