Video Application opening error.

by pramod » Tue, 10 Mar 2009 04:33:00 GMT

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i have ported android onto the OMAP 3430 board. The android boots
properly. But while opening the video applicatoin it quits.No error
message is displayed on the screen.

on running the logcat i got the following log.

I/ActivityManager( 801): Starting activity: Intent
{ action=android.intent.action.MAIN categories={
android.intent.category.LAUNCHER} flags=0x10200000 comp=
owserActivity} }
I/ActivityManager( 801): Start proc for activity
ctivity: pid=987 uid=10022 gids={3003}
I/ActivityManager( 801): Start proc for content
provider pid=995 uid=10010 gids={1006, 3003, 2001}
I/ActivityThread( 995): Publishing provider downloads:
I/ActivityThread( 995): Publishing provider drm:
I/ActivityThread( 995): Publishing provider media:
V/MediaProvider( 995): Attached volume: internal
V/MediaProvider( 995): /sdcard volume ID: 1236609404
V/MediaProvider( 995): Attached volume: external
W/InputManagerService( 801): Starting input on non-focused client
ethodclient$stub$pr...@43571880 (uid=10001 pid=843)
I/ActivityManager( 801): Displayed activity 401 ms
I/ActivityManager( 801): Exiting empty application process (android.os.Binder
I/Process ( 801): Sending signal. PID: 995 SIG: 9
I/ActivityThread( 987): Removing dead content provider: media
I/ActivityManager( 801): Killing app (pid 987)
because provider is in dying process
I/Process ( 801): Sending signal. PID: 987 SIG: 9
I/WindowManager( 801): WIN DEATH: Window{4352f2f0
I/ActivityManager( 801): Process (pid 987) has
I/ActivityManager( 801): Low Memory: No more background processes.
D/dalvikvm( 801): GC freed 3353 objects / 186184 bytes in 141ms
D/ActivityManager( 801): Received spurious death notification for
thread android.os.binderpr...@434
E/InputManagerService( 801): Got RemoteException sending setActive
(false) notification
E/InputManagerService( 801): android.os.DeadObjectException
E/InputManagerService( 801): at android.os.BinderProxy.transact
(Native Method)
E/InputManagerService( 801): at$Stub$Proxy.setActive
E/InputManagerService( 801): at
E/InputManagerService( 801): at
E/InputManagerService( 801): at
E/InputManagerService( 801): at$Stub.onTransact(IIn
E/InputManagerService( 801): at
E/InputManagerService( 801): at android.os.Binder.execTransact

Video Application opening error.

by kozak » Wed, 11 Mar 2009 07:13:48 GMT

 i Pramod,
Seems like you are out of memory! Try increasing the available


On Mar 10, 9:32 am, pramod <> wrote:


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Video Application opening error.

by susanner » Wed, 11 Mar 2009 07:28:25 GMT

 ay I ask how to increase the available memory? you mean change the real hard 
ware board? can I implement through change my programs? Is this because of
empty application? the catlog shows

what does this mean?

009-03-11ozak <> >



Video Application opening error.

by kozak » Wed, 11 Mar 2009 08:05:41 GMT

 ry changing available memory in bootargs set in u-boot! Thats one of
the ways it worked out for us during the bootup phase.

On Mar 11, 12:28 pm, susanner <> wrote:


Video Application opening error.

by pramod » Wed, 11 Mar 2009 08:53:49 GMT

 i kozak,

The problem is solved. I patched the android kernel with omap patches
and now the video application is working properly.

On Mar 11, 1:05 pm, kozak <> wrote:


Video Application opening error.

by Kenny » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 01:35:22 GMT

 here did you find the TI patches? Can you share with me?

On Mar 11, 4:53 pm, pramod <> wrote:


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