• jonas

    Enabling partial wake lock as suggested by Bigfoot (thanks!) seems to solve the issue for me as well. Would be great if that could be added as a setting in the UR app as the current "wake lock" seems to keep the screen on as well? Which drains the battery faster than using the partial wake lock in the app suggested by Bigfoot.

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  • jonas

    it's a meizu m2. and it doesn't happen on my galaxy s5 mini, so it is definitely the combination of unified remote server and this particular phone/os version. and i completely understand that this phone/os version is not common and hence not a major focus for you. therefore i was hoping i could help out by running some tests on my side. otherwise i'll have to send you the phone so you can borrow it :-)

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  • jonas

    any suggestions as to what i can look into in order to figure out why it's taking so long for it to connect to the server (see log below)? a remote with close to 20 seconds delay is unfortunately pretty much useless. clearly the phone has OK network connection as it is able to immediately ask for a connection according to the log (discovery request from 192.168.1.211:xxxx). i've also tested using the Sony TV remote (as the TV is one of things I control (over http)) and it never displays any lag, even if the phone has been sleeping over night. so for some reason the unified remote server has problems connecting with the client on this phone after sleep. just need to figure out why.... Thanks

    2015-10-08 19:28:00 (I) Discovery: discovery request from 192.168.1.211:42473
    2015-10-08 19:28:18 (I) Manager: 192.168.1.211:50208: connected
    2015-10-08 19:28:18 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: received valid handshake
    2015-10-08 19:28:18 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: supports client nonce
    2015-10-08 19:28:18 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: ignoring authentication
    2015-10-08 19:28:18 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: syncing hash (1950376107)
    2015-10-08 19:28:18 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: starting new session
    2015-10-08 19:28:18 (I) Session: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: loading (Jonas.TV)

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  • jonas

    I think I've narrowed down the issue so I've posted a new bug report with a more accurate title.

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  • jonas

    As reported in “Some buttons not working on Android 5.1.0” I've been having some annoying issues with one of my Android phones. As I think I might have narrowed down the issue I'm posting this new bug report with a more accurate title. The issue is that on one of my phones it takes almost 20 seconds for Unified Remote to reconnect (see log post in the previous bug report) resulting in the remote being non-responsive for 15-20 seconds. I was suspecting that it was the UDP (fast connection) that was the issue and after googling I did find that some chipsets turns off UDP send/receive during sleep. But there are ways to keep it live. See for example: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9363389/udp-broadcast-packets-not-received-in-sleep-mode
    and hence I downloaded some random UDP app in the hope that it would keep UDP alive if I just kept it running (listening) in the background. Sure enough, after installing “UDP Sender / Receiver” from the app store and keeping it running in the background the problematic Android phone now seems to consistently reconnect in 1 second, removing the annoying non-responsiveness. The suggestions (MulticastLock and PARTIAL_WAKE_LOCK) in the stackoverflow.com article are really way over my head, but could you please look into some sort of solution for chipsets that wants to put UDP to sleep? It's kinda strange to have to keep a random UDP app running in the background all the time. Thanks!

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  • jonas

    after some more testing and frustration it seems that the remaining issue is that after the client has lost connection to the server (i can't seem to stop this from happening) it takes a fair amount of time (almost 20 seconds) for it to connect again (please see log below). is there a way to speed this up? a remote that is non-responsive for 20 seconds isn't ideal. thanks.

    2015-10-03 21:40:13 (I) Manager: 192.168.1.211:33573: disconnected
    2015-10-03 21:47:53 (I) Discovery: discovery request from 192.168.1.211:37834
    2015-10-03 21:48:11 (I) Manager: 192.168.1.211:46096: connected
    2015-10-03 21:48:11 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: received valid handshake
    2015-10-03 21:48:11 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: supports client nonce
    2015-10-03 21:48:11 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: ignoring authentication
    2015-10-03 21:48:11 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: syncing hash (1950376107)
    2015-10-03 21:48:11 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: updating fast capability (true)
    2015-10-03 21:48:11 (I) Connection: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: starting new session
    2015-10-03 21:48:11 (I) Session: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: loading (Jonas.TV)
    2015-10-03 21:48:11 (I) Agent: loading: Jonas.TV
    2015-10-03 21:48:11 (I) Session: android-dbfdb06681ce2053: updating (Jonas.TV)

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  • jonas

    not sure if it's relevant for other Android versions, but in addition to having set keep awake and run in the background in the app i need to set similar settings on the OS level as it otherwise seemed to override the app settings and cause a bunch of problems. i seem to still have an issue where the kodi remote doesn't reload if it's lost/closed connection to the server. resulting in having to manually reload the remote. but i need to do some more testing before i'm sure what's going on. might post a log if i can't figure out what's going on myself.

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  • jonas

    i did some more testing tonight and it seems it might be caused by the power saving on the phone. i made some setting changes and it works better now (a delay before any of the buttons work and after that things seem to be ok). so as it looks now this was/is probably more of an OS issue rather than UR issue. thanks for your help and quick response.

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  • jonas

    will do when i get home tonight. as i'd rather not post them publicly (at least not yet) do you have an email address where i can send them? thanks!

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  • jonas

    yes it seems to always be the same buttons. i should have mentioned that the server is running on ubuntu. where do i find the log files there?

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