paly youtube fail on android platform

by jason » Wed, 20 Jan 2010 02:07:43 GMT

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 below is my log message:

# D/dalvikvm( 1919): GC freed 84 objects / 3544 bytes in 177ms
I/ActivityManager( 1871): Starting activity: Intent
{ act=android.intent.action.MAIN   cat=
[android.intent.category.LAUNCHER] flg=0x10200000 }
I/ActivityManager( 1871): Start proc for
activity pid=2177 uid=10023
gids={3003, 1015}
D/dalvikvm( 1833): GC freed 281 objects / 10704 bytes in 111ms
select 2165 (app_process), adj 15, size 4994, to kill
send sigkill to 2165 (app_process), adj 15, size 4994
D/dalvikvm( 1833): GC freed 47 objects / 2064 bytes in 119ms
I/ActivityManager( 1871): Process (pid 2165) has
D/dalvikvm( 1833): GC freed 2 objects / 56 bytes in 114ms
I/ActivityThread( 2177): Publishing provider
E/ActivityThread( 2177): Failed to find provider info for
E/ActivityThread( 2177): Failed to find provider info for
E/ActivityThread( 2177): Failed to find provider info for
I/YouTube ( 2177): Distribution channel:mvapp-android-google
D/AndroidRuntime( 2177): Shutting down VM

could anybody tell me what happen the two issue:
1. I/ActivityManager( 1871): Process (pid 2165)
has died.
2. I/ActivityThread( 2177): Publishing provider
    E/ActivityThread( 2177): Failed to find provider info for

how to do fix this problem?

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