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Reconnect problem on version 3.4

leo_a_
Beginner
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Hi, 

     I am testing reconnection on Android phones by using 3.4 SDK. I find one problem, the situation is like this:

    I turn off wifi few seconds when demo is running, then turn wifi on. The reconnect mechanism goes fine(the reconnectingCallback and relogin() both been called in SocketClient.java file), but I found the stream was broken. If it published before reconnecting start, it can not send stream data to MCU anymore. If it subscribed other stream before reconnecting start, it can't play anymore after reconnecting done.  Please help me,  I don't know why this happened.

    

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He_Z_Intel
Employee
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hi Leo, did the onStreamError event get triggered after reconnected?

leo_a_
Beginner
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Hank Zhang (Intel) wrote:

hi Leo, did the onStreamError event get triggered after reconnected?

 

No, the onStreamError did not triggered after reconnected

He_Z_Intel
Employee
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sorry i can't reproduce this issue. Do you have more detailed information?

device info, reproduce steps, network environment and logs please

Gopi_Krishna_P
Beginner
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Hi Team,

Android v4.1 also having the same issue.Can you please help me out from this problem.

Thank you.

Best Regards,

Gopi Krishna P

 

Gopi_Krishna_P
Beginner
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Hello,

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you.

Best Regards,

Gopi Krishna P

He_Z_Intel
Employee
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Gopi Krishna P wrote:

Hi Team,

Android v4.1 also having the same issue.Can you please help me out from this problem.

Thank you.

Best Regards,

Gopi Krishna P

 

 

I have replied you in another thread of yours :)

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