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Is there a way to force the device to terminate an active data call? The reason I ask is that I'm dealing with a device (LG 8600) that appears to have a bug in the media engine - after watching a few rtsp clips the device invariably gets in a state that doesn't allow any IWEB connections (all attempts immediately return -1289). The only way to get the web working again is to hit the End key. Presumably the Media engine is not cleaning up its data connections properly, so I was just wondering if there was a way to force a cleanup. Thanks.

On End key, what all things are done by the application, ???possibly in _release function, we must be releasing all pointer for web transaction engine and cancelling all call backs.
Try doing the same (release all web related interfaces and cancel all pending callbacks for web) and check if working!!!

On End key, what all things are done by the application, ???possibly in _release function, we must be releasing all pointer for web transaction engine and cancelling all call backs.
Try doing the same (release all web related interfaces and cancel all pending callbacks for web) and check if working!!!

Thanks for the suggestion, but I tried releasing my IWEB and creating another. Doesn't help.
Note that the problem doesn't resolve itself if I merely exit the application. I have to actually press the END key. If I just exit and re-enter, the problem persists.

Thanks for the suggestion, but I tried releasing my IWEB and creating another. Doesn't help.
Note that the problem doesn't resolve itself if I merely exit the application. I have to actually press the END key. If I just exit and re-enter, the problem persists.

How did u initiate the rtsp playback? Passing a url txt file to IMedia?
If so, it had been observed on many handsets that rtsp stream playback becomes a problem after u played a few.

How did u initiate the rtsp playback? Passing a url txt file to IMedia?
If so, it had been observed on many handsets that rtsp stream playback becomes a problem after u played a few.

Yes, I do pass a text url file to IMedia. That's the only way I know to play an RTSP stream. Is there another way?
So is there a workaround for the problem?

Yes, I do pass a text url file to IMedia. That's the only way I know to play an RTSP stream. Is there another way?
So is there a workaround for the problem?

TheDude wrote:http://brewforums.qualcomm.com/showthread.php?t=17027
Not sure if linger time is the problem. The rtsp playback i referred to has nothing to do with connection going dormant. All network connection falters after a few rtsp video playback. I did try setting the linger time to a very high value on handsets that exhibit this problem but to no avail.
Try playing back different rtsp videos. Some handsets die after 2-4, some could take up to a dozen or more before going awol.

TheDude wrote:http://brewforums.qualcomm.com/showthread.php?t=17027
Not sure if linger time is the problem. The rtsp playback i referred to has nothing to do with connection going dormant. All network connection falters after a few rtsp video playback. I did try setting the linger time to a very high value on handsets that exhibit this problem but to no avail.
Try playing back different rtsp videos. Some handsets die after 2-4, some could take up to a dozen or more before going awol.