LiveFolders Cursor-returned Intent not working

by dipu » Wed, 21 Apr 2010 07:51:35 GMT

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I have asked this question before but no answers, so I post again hope that
someone might help me, thank you.

I'm now facing a very strange server socket problem, I have a server that
will listen on a TCP port, I use the following code to do this work.

public class RequestListenerThread extends Thread {

private final ServerSocket serversocket;

public RequestListenerThread(int port, final String docroot)
throws IOException {
this.serversocket = new ServerSocket(port);

public void run() {
Log.v("FE", "SMB Server Listening on port "
+ this.serversocket.getLocalPort());

while (!Thread.interrupted()) {
try {
// Setup incoming client connection
Socket socket = this.serversocket.accept();
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+ socket.getInetAddress());
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Thread t = new WorkerThread(socket);
} catch (InterruptedIOException ex) {
} catch (IOException e) {
Log.v("FE", "Network I/O error: "
+ e.getMessage());

My target device is running on Android 1.6 & 2.1

When I run this code, it can start to listen on port but can't accept any
incoming connections. When it runs into serversocket.accept function, it
never return, just like dead lock.

I found that if I establish any connections from my phone to computer, then
my phone could be successfully found that there're incoming connections and
of course, accept them.

In emulator, above code works fine, has no this strange problem.

Is that my phone's bug or I have something wrong in my code?

Thanks a lot!



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