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Since the 3.0.0 update, whenever I hit the 'Stop' button when listening to an AAC+ stream, the player displays the message 'stopping...' and just hangs. Although the audio stream does stop, I am then unable to start any other streams. I have to forcibly kill the application thru the Android app manager to use it again. It only happens on AAC+ streams though... all other formats appear to stop correctly. My phone is an LG Optimus V... if you need me to get application logs for you please send me instructions on how to get them and I will provide as needed.
After prebuffering I get an error on new XiiaLive Pro 3.0.0:
ANDROID MEDIA FAILURE:1|PVMFERRTSP480UNSUPPORTEDCLIENT.
With old XiiaLive Pro 2.2.4, I never get this error. I hope you can fix it.
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 P6810, Android 4.0.4
- Droid Bionic
Probably since the last update (the issue is relatively new) I have the following problem:
After starting a stream, the volume is at max. for a very short moment (a few 100 milliseconds?) which is very uncomfortable if you're using headphones.
I have disabled the seperate volume control, so the music should be played with the general system volume.
Phone is a Nexus 4 with Android 4.2.2, the stream was 128kpbs MP3.
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