Android :: Maximum Number Of Connections

Jul 29, 2009

I've written an application which involves a lot of simultaneous connections to different servers. I've noticed some big stability issues with this as sometimes the program crashes totally (not just ANR, but a segfault type thing). What's the recommended number of maximum simultaneous connections for speed and stability?

Android :: Maximum Number of Connections

Android :: SDK Installation Error - No Buffer Space Available - Maximum Connections Reached? - Recv Failed

Feb 3, 2010

I am trying to get my environment setup to develop an android app so I downloaded the SDK( After unpacking the files and running the SDK Setup.exe, the Android SDK and AVD manager opens up.

During the installation process, I got an error stating the following: Failed to fetch URL, reason: HTTPS SSL error. You might want to force download through HTTP in the settings.

So then I proceed to the SETTINGS tab and activated the check box which states: Force https://... sources to be fetched using http://

Then click save and apply. A box flashes on screen, which appears to be the previous box which showed the error, except this time, the progress bar races from 0 to 100% in about a second and then disappears. So clicking the FORCE option seemed to have worked for that issue.

Now, I click on the AVAILABLE PACKAGES tab which is where the Android manager actually downloads all the available resources including every "SDK Platform Android Vx.x" and every "Google API by Google Inc., API x, revision x"

There are green check marks in every check box indicating that I need to download every update.

The confirmation page comes up. Again, I click INSTALL ACCEPTED.

The INSTALLATION ARCHIVES box pops up and this is where I get stuck. I receive the following errors and I'm not sure what to do from here..


I did some googling on "No buffer space available (maximum connections reached?)" and apparently it is a socket issue that typically occurs when a database query is called and there are a large number of TCP connections.

But beyond that I'm completely stuck. Can't find anything on my issue relating to Android SDK installation and I don't really know where to turn to continue with the SDK installation.

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The code I'm using is below:


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Download all data from the start, in a big bunch with a loading screen? Run a prefetching thread, predicting and downloading data the user might want, in the background? Keep the connection open to the server at all time? Load different parts of the data in different connections in parallel? (Similar to facebook) Use heavy data compression? A comprehensive article on the matter would also be a good answer.

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I am knew to android and am absolutely loving it on my Desire, so glad i never went with a certain fruit company

Anyways, i have had a search around here and on the market place and cannot find an app that suits my needs.

Basically, i run timeriffic (which is fantastic by the way) and mostly i use a wi-fi connection. However there are times when i know there is no wi-fi around eg. when i travel to work, so i have it turned off. What i would like to know is if there is any app out there that would allow me to schedule a time to turn on my 3g data connection (i have APNdroid installed and 3g disabled as default) for those periods when my wi-fi is off so i always have a data connection.

I did see the app Data on Demand and this would have been perfect but it did not work with my Desire.

Can anyone using a Desire let me know if they have tried Data on Demand and got it working and what conditions it was working. Can someone recommend an app that meets my needs? I guess if not i will need to contact the developer of timeriffic (who i have seen around here) and see if there is anyway he could intergrate with APNdroid and control 3G data connections.

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