Android :: Error - MediaPlayer Start Called In State 64

Oct 19, 2009

calling MediaPlayer.onStart() from Activity.onResume() (after the Activity has been paused) causes the following messages in logcat: MediaPlayer start called in state 64 MediaPlayer error (-38, 0) MediaPlayer Error (-38,0) Now the question is, what are the messages trying to tell me? What state is 64?

Android :: Error - MediaPlayer start called in state 64

Android :: ERROR/MediaPlayer - 1066 - SetDataSource Called In State 128

Apr 7, 2009

I'm using MediaPlayer and sometimes when first audio is about to end and I click to the next audio I get the exception below. Looks like the MediaPlayer is in some weird state of stopping playing and cannot accept audio at the moment.

The exception goes to the native code which is greeks to me. I couldn't find anything about this error on the internet either.


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Apr 27, 2009

I have a requirement to play several sounds many times in my game so instead of creating the MediaPlayer again and again I have called mp.seekTo(0) in onCompletion(mp) so that it will restart. Sometimes the sound is not audible from the device when I call mp.start () after setting mp.seekTo(0); but the player calls onCompletion() without playing any sound, this is observed randomly on most of the sounds

My sounds are of short duration mostly less than a second.

I am using a separate MediaPlayer for each sound (as I need this) -

There are almost 28 sounds in my game so i will be creating 28 MediaPlayers.

Below is the attached code for player

Also If I try to play many sounds one after the other in a short period of time i get an error saying "no more track names available". can u tell Why this is happening...?

check the below code:


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Jul 14, 2009

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Jun 16, 2010

I'm implementing a custom video player because I need custom video controls. I have an app with only one activity, which on start-up shall starts playing a video right away.

Now, the problem I have (on my Nexus One):

I don't want the video to start from the beginning, but from a later position. Therefore I do a seekTo(16867). Since seekTo is asynchronous, I place the start call of the mediaplayer (player.start()) in the onSeekComplete of the onSeekCompleteListener.

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Below is the relevant code section, the complete class is at


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Jun 3, 2010

I'm playing around with the MediaPlayer class to reproduce some sounds/music. I am playing raw resources (res/raw) and it looks kind of easy.

To play a raw resource, the MediaPlayer has to be initialized like this:


Until here there is no problem. The sound is played, and everything works fine. My problem appears when I want to add more options to my application. Specifically when I add the "Stop" button/option.

Basically, what I want to do is...when I press "Stop", the music stops. And when I press "Start", the song/sound starts over. (pretty basic!)

To stop the media player, you only have to call stop(). But to play the sound again, the media player has to be reseted and prepared.


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I guess that I'm missing something. I wonder if I am mixing concepts, and the method stop() doesn't have to be called in the "Stop" button.

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Jun 19, 2009

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Feb 21, 2010

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Sep 28, 2009

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This error seems to be mostly associated with the "/dalvikvm(55): GC freed" event.


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Aug 26, 2010

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Oct 26, 2009

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Sep 15, 2010

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Jun 22, 2010

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Oct 10, 2010

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Feb 8, 2009

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Feb 12, 2009

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