Android :: Handling Out Of Memory Exception On Image Processing

Sep 16, 2010

This is the sequence part of this question:

so the problem is: if the image size is too big - it'll got an exception (out of memory exception)
what i want is, to handle even if the handset got the lower spec hardware, it doesn't go to that exception (but it'll take a longer time to process the image) is it possible to do that?

The code snippet is like this:


And that block of code is inside the async task.

Android :: handling out of memory exception on image processing

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Sep 4, 2010

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Oct 4, 2010

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I want to perform various image processing functions such as threshold,equalize etc on the image i capture from the camera...What should i use in order to do that?

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Jan 11, 2010

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Apr 13, 2009

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Aug 19, 2010

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I do believe that it should be possible to use many bitmaps in an app - Google Maps does it, Picture Gallery does it. But maybe I need to learn more rules. Some say you should call bitmap.recycle, some say you shouldn't have to. Many say calling gc.collect will make it worse, etc.

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Sep 2, 2010

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The error is either thrown when calling setContentView or shortly after.

This is the code block that throws the error:


As i said - the error is usually thrown when calling setContentView or when calling getMonthTimeStamps()

getMonthTimeStamps is a helper function which creates a list of dates available in the internal database. It creates a couple of (small objects) and returns an ArrayList.

Here is the function:


I'm not claiming that my code is flawless or perfect, but i really don't understand why this error is thrown. The XML-layout doesn't contain any references to images and not very complicated (textview, spinner, tablelayout).

Here is the error log i received from one user:


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Apr 26, 2010

I have a strange problem on my htc hero. When launching camera, i get out of memory exception. After that, if i launch any other application that uses camera, they also crash(when trying to use camera function).
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Oct 11, 2010

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Sep 27, 2010

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Apr 28, 2009

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Sep 2, 2010

I've been trying to diagnose a memory leak in an Android application I'm writing. I got a heap dump loaded into Eclipse, but the results I'm seeing are very curious. There are some 20,000 instances of an exception (specifically, LDAPException from the UnboundID LDAP library) in the heap with no inbound references.

That is, they show up at the root of the dominator tree. The OQL SELECT objects e FROM com.unboundid.ldap.sdk.LDAPException e WHERE (inbounds(e).length = 0) returns over 20,000 results, totalling to nearly all of the heap. And yet, the GC runs before the heap dump and I can see that it's running in the console, repeatedly, during the execution of the leaky code. If these instances have no inbound refs, what could be keeping them alive?

I also tried doing a "shortest paths to GC" query. It shows one LDAPConnectionReader row retaining 2 instances, and ~20k LDAPException @ <addr> unknown rows with various hex addresses.

Update: I haven't had time to further diagnose this since posting it, and the bounty I posted is ending before I likely will. I'm awarding it as best I can now, lest the points go to waste. Thanks to everyone who looked into this! I will come back later and update again with the results of further diagnosis, when life is a little less hectic.

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Apr 9, 2010

While starting my application I get the following warning in Logcat:

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Apr 15, 2010

I have some headache with an error about the system going out of memory. When I run the game fo first time there's no problem, but when i quit - with finish();- and then start the app again, it gives me an error.

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Caused by: java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: bitmap size exceeds VM budget.

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