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Getting Exception: FATAL EXCEPTION: GLThread No configs match configSpec
It looks like you are requesting an EGL config that your test device doesn't support. Not all implementations support multisampling, so you would probably want to fall back to a format that's most likely to be supported on any device. Currently your fallback format is RGB565, and my guess is that it's not supported on some of your target devices. You could try RGBA8888 or RGBA4444 instead, so for instance: configSpec = new int[] { EGL10.EGL_RED_SIZE, 8, EGL10.EGL_GREEN_SIZE, 8, EGL10.EGL_BLUE_SIZE, 8, EGL10.EGL_ALPHA_SIZE, 8, EGL10.EGL_DEPTH_SIZE, 16, EGL10.EGL_RENDERABLE_TYPE, 4, /* EGL_OPENGL_ES2_BIT */ EGL10.EGL_NONE }; As far as I know, RGBA8888 with 16-bit depth buffer should be available in most re

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Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Exception' with message 'DateTimeZone::?
You're passing 'origin_tz' and 'remote_tz' to the constructor which aren't valid timezones, see here: http://www.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php I imagine you want: $offset = get_timezone_offset($timezone1, $timezone2);

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PHP Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Exception'
This is expected behavior for an uncaught exception with display_errors off. Your options here are to turn on display_errors via php or in the ini file or catch and output the exception. ini_set("display_errors", 1); or try{ // code that may throw an exception } catch(Exception $e){ echo $e->getMessage(); } If you are throwing exceptions, the intention is that somewhere further down the line something will catch and deal with it. If not it is a server error (500). Another option for you would be to use set_exception_handler to set a default error handler for your script. function default_exception_handler(Exception $e){ // show something to the user letting them know we fell down echo "<h2>Something Bad Happened</h2>";

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How to get fatal exception log on android?
Install a logcat app, such as aLogcat on your device. Next time after a crash open it up and filter on your package name. CatLog can stream the logcat to file, allowing you to search it afterwards (once a crash has occurred).

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FATAL EXCEPTION: AsyncTask
The stack trace points to your code failing on a call to login inside your doInBackground method. This is shown by the following lines from your stack trace: 06-15 15:45:45.531: E/AndroidRuntime(1958): at de.wifhm.se1.android.banking.OnlineBankingSystemStub.login(OnlineBankingSystemStub.java:52) 06-15 15:45:45.531: E/AndroidRuntime(1958): at de.wifhm.se1.android.LoginActivity$LoginLogoutTask.doInBackground(LoginActivity.java:118) With that in mind, your code makes one call to login and the result is NullPointerException: String username = LoginActivity.this.prefs.getString("username", ""); String password = LoginActivity.this.prefs.getString("password", ""); Kunde angemeldeterKunde = LoginActivity.this.obsApp.getObsStub().login(username, password); Most likely

Categories : Java

FATAL exception Thread -12
I think your crash is caused by this code: Intent menu = new Intent(Game.this,score.class); menu.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP); startActivity(menu); finish(); why did you put startActivity in a thread which is not main thread? You should use a handler to send message to main thread to start a new activity.

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Getting FATAL EXCEPTION at Bitmap
Quoting the MediaStore documentation: The caller may pass an extra EXTRA_OUTPUT to control where this image will be written. If the EXTRA_OUTPUT is not present, then a small sized image is returned as a Bitmap object in the extra field. This is useful for applications that only need a small image. If the EXTRA_OUTPUT is present, then the full-sized image will be written to the Uri value of EXTRA_OUTPUT. That implies to me that if you have set the EXTRA_OUTPUT parameter, it's not going to return a Bitmap object in the extra field - it's only going to write the full-sized image to the specified Uri.

Categories : Android

HttpGet AsyncTask fatal exception #1
The error message is: Caused by: java.lang.IllegalStateException: Scheme 'htpp' not registered. Seems like htpp should instead be http. Check your URL.

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android asynctask FATAL EXCEPTION
In your code you are passing null value to getJSONFromURI() , Which is causing Null Pointer Exception String uRI = null; JSONObject json = jParser.getJSONFromURI(uRI); // Passing null

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android fatal exception spinner
you forget to add items in newArea Array after initializing it with result.size(). do it as: for (int i = 0; i < result.size(); i++) newArea[i] = result.get(i).getName(); and also use Activity Context for initializing Spinner in onPostExecute instead of getAreasInCity class: s_area = (Spinner)Address.this.findViewById(R.id.s_address_area);

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Fatal Exception during scrolling a ListView
The exception means that photoText == null. It is either because: monthArray.get(position).photoThumbnailArrayList.size() != 3 or R.layout.photo_card_3 doesn't have a TextView with id @+id/photoText Check both case!

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Fatal exception in android activity
To move from one activity to another we generally use Intents in which we have to write the name of the class Activity in which we want to move. In your code you must create a SumMain class before running your code. There is no need of declaring putExtra key you can use it directly as you declared it int determiner

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Implementing ScrollView Causes Fatal Exception
A ScrollView can only have one child element. You have 3, the Button, ImageView, and TextView. Try wrapping your RelativeLayout with a ScrollView: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <ScrollView xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="match_parent" android:background="@drawable/background" android:orientation="vertical" > <RelativeLayout android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="match_parent" android:background="@drawable/background" android:orientation="vertical" > <Button android:id="@+id/go_button" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_below="@+id/text" android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"

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Android - AsyncTask fatal exception
The following code is what I came up with to avoid out of memory errors when loading bitmaps. private Bitmap loadImageFromNetwork(String urlToUse) { Bitmap img = null; URL url; try { //A uniform resource locator aka the place where the data is //located url = new URL(urlToUse); //Opens an HTTPUrlConnection and downloads the input stream into a //Bitmap final BitmapFactory.Options options = new BitmapFactory.Options(); // Prevents loading of image into memory and just ascertains bounds and memory footprint options.inJustDecodeBounds = true; BitmapFactory.decodeStream(url.openStream(),null,options); // gather image data options.inSampleSize = Photo.calculateInSampleSize(options, Phot

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onClick and AsyncTask Fatal Exception #1
Check & Read android developper guide it tells that Android UI toolkit is not thread-safe. Thus, single thread model ensures UI is not modified by different threads at the same time.: When your app performs intensive work in response to user interaction, this single thread model can yield poor performance unless you implement your application properly. Specifically, if everything is happening in the UI thread, performing long operations such as network access or database queries will block the whole UI. When the thread is blocked, no events can be dispatched, including drawing events. From the user's perspective, the application appears to hang. Even worse, if the UI thread is blocked for more than a few seconds (about 5 seconds currently) the user is presented wi

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getting Fatal Exception while setting value to "EditText"
Remove final EditText from final EditText toNo = (EditText)findViewById(R.id.etMMSNo); It should just be: toNo = (EditText)findViewById(R.id.etMMSNo); since you already declared it as a member variable of your class. Putting final EditText in front of it in onCreate() makes the scope of it only valid for onCreate(), so it is null in onActivityResult. If that makes any sense! By the way I would also do this for toMsg or you will run into the same problem if you try and use it outside onCreate(). Read more about variable scope here.

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Catching fatal PHP errors and throwing an exception
You should not use register_shutdown_function() for that - it makes no sense since you're already at stage when script is exiting. PHP allow you to handle errors via set_error_handler() function. But note, you can not handle fatal errors with that (such as calling undefined functions) - and, of cause, parse error as well: The following error types cannot be handled with a user defined function: E_ERROR, E_PARSE, E_CORE_ERROR, E_CORE_WARNING, E_COMPILE_ERROR, E_COMPILE_WARNING, and most of E_STRICT raised in the file where set_error_handler() is called.

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OpenCV Android templateMatch FATAL EXCEPTION
There are a number of reasons that's causing the app to fail most predominantly how you were interacting with the image resources, ie you were not pointing to the file correctly and were trying to write to a readonly area. Its best to create a folder on the device (on the external media) and read/write the files from/to there. // the following creates/inits the folder to be working in // For your case, create the folder manually and drop the image files into it // This code just validates the folder exists public void initDir() { if (android.os.Environment.getExternalStorageState().equals( android.os.Environment.MEDIA_MOUNTED)) { cacheDir = new File(android.os.Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory(),"LazyList"); if (!cacheDir.exists()) { cach

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Fatal exception for Sound Pool in android app
There's no release resources for soundpool in your code, is quite important to do that in order to prevent memory leaks, maybe thats causing the SoundPool to crash after reopening activity... Regards!

Categories : Android

PHP: Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'ActiveRecordRecordNotFound'
The problem is that you're calling the methods in a wrong way. The first parameter signify a type of search, and should be a string (but you can actually use shortcut methods: User::all() instead of User::find('all'), for example), but the second parameter should be an array. So it should be written like this: user::find('all', array('order' => 'created DESC', 'limit' => 10)); ... or just ... user::all(array('order' => 'created DESC', 'limit' => 10)); My guess (as you still didn't provide the whole code) is that you're actually wrap all the params of find into a single array. And this method is tuned up so that in such cases it attempts to use the values of this array as IDs to be used in the table look-up. The number of these IDs is 2, so it expected to find 2 items

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fatal exception : thread 8, java.nullpointerexception
A NullPointerException gets thrown when you access a null pointer. You should investigate the stacktrace which indicates the line where the exception happened. For more info about the exception have a look at the docs: http://developer.android.com/reference/java/lang/NullPointerException.html

Categories : Android

PHP Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'PDOException'
Cannot execute queries while other unbuffered queries are active. Consider using PDOStatement::fetchAll(). Alternatively, if your code is only ever going to run against mysql, you may enable query buffering by setting the PDO::MYSQL_ATTR_USE_BUFFERED_QUERY attribute.

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AndroidRuntime(1130): FATAL EXCEPTION: main
You have put code in SettingsActivity's constructor, that's wrong, don't write any code in the constructors of Application Components (Like activities and services). Not everything is already created there, in your case - the Resources object is not created yet. Move your code to onCreate instead, and it will work fine.

Categories : Android

FATAL EXCEPTION - cordova.facebook.ConnectPlugin
In ConnectPlugin.java, replace: try { JSONObject o = new JSONObject(this.fba.facebook.request("/me")); this.fba.userId = o.getString("id"); this.fba.success(getResponse(), this.fba.callbackId); } catch (MalformedURLException e) { // TODO Auto-generated catch block e.printStackTrace(); } catch (IOException e) { // TODO Auto-generated catch block e.printStackTrace(); } catch (JSONException e) { // TODO Auto-generated catch block e.printStackTrace(); } with the following code: Thread t = new Thread(new Runnable() { public void run() { try { JSONObject o = new JSONObject(fba.facebook.request("/me")); fba.userId = o.getString("id"); fba.success(getResponse(), fba.callbackId); } catch (MalformedURLE

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Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'PDOException' with 2 queries
Do not run multiple queries in one call Run the first one $db->query("CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE t(i int)"); then go for the second // exit if file fail if ( ! is_file( $csv_file_name ) ) exit('File not found.'); $stmt = $db->prepare("LOAD DATA INFILE ? IGNORE INTO TABLE t FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' ENCLOSED BY '"' LINE TERMINATED BY ' '" ); $stmt->execute(array($csv_file_name)); then for the third

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Fatal Exception Main running Application on Android?
Dude, call all your view initializations in onCreate after call to setContentView. Class members initializations are called in constructor right after call to implicit or not super (...). Your view is created later in onCreate.

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android FATAL EXCEPTION: main when trying to start a new activity
Change public void startDb() { Intent activity1 = new Intent(getApplicationContext(), DB_manager.class); startActivity(activity1); //finish(); } to public void startDb(View v) { Intent activity1 = new Intent(getApplicationContext(), DB_manager.class); startActivity(activity1); //finish(); } I'm assuming you define your OnClick inxml. You need to have View as a parameter in your function header. Also, it looks like you may be defining it in xml like android:onClick="startDb()" it should be android:onClick="startDb" No "()" From the Docs In order for this to work, the method must be public and accept a View as its only parameter. For example:

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getting FATAL Exception while getting email address from device contacts
change below line c.moveToFirst(); with if(!c.moveToFirst()) return; Here C is cursor, Do same with other cursors as well like "emails" you are trying to fetch values from empty cursor.

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Android HttpClient FATAL EXCEPTION: AsyncTask #1 using BitmapFactory
Bitmaps are very big memory consumers. Having two loaded into memory could be the big issue. You should consider using BitmapFactory.Options when you decode a new bitmap. This can help http://stackoverflow.com/a/13363988/1503155

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FATAl Exception during delete record from sqlite in Android?
Try to add ' to your file name, like this : db.delete(TABLE_INBOX, KEY_PATH + " = '" + file.getPath() + "'", null); Or you could also try to use separate parameters : String whereString = KEY_PATH + " = ?"; String[] whereArgs = new String[] {file.getPath()}; db.delete(TABLE_INBOX, whereString, whereArgs);

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Android HttpClient, HttpPost and AsyncTask Fatal Exception #1
In order to call an async task you got to create a new object of a class Httptraitement in your MainClass HttpTraitement http=new HttpTraitement(); then you got to execute an asyncTask an path the params, in your case HttpClient params; HttpClient client= new DefaultHttpClient(); htt.execute(client); in your Log: 06-12 14:54:04.166: E/AndroidRuntime(1244): Caused by: java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: length=0; index=0 06-12 14:54:04.166: E/AndroidRuntime(1244): at com.example.testapp.HttpTraitement.doInBackground(HttpTraitement.java:29) that means that you havn't passed a single parameter... here you go

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android fatal exception: unable to instantiate activity
that is the package of Launch: package alertApp; and that you have defined in your xml: <activity android:name="com.alertApp.Launch" android:label="@string/app_name" > Looks like you have the wrong packagename in your activity definition.

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FATAL EXCEPTION: main unable to start Activity componentInfo
inside your calculate(), actually extras are not attached to the intent.Try Intent calculate = new Intent(this,Show_returns.class); calculate.putExtra(LOW,lowTierInvestString);

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One of the more overlooked and commonly caused reason for FATAL EXCEPTION ClassNotFoundException
Simply change the default activity for your app by going into the AndroidManifest.xml and getting these lines: <intent-filter> <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" /> <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" /> </intent-filter> And making sure they are in the activity tag of the activity you want to be the default one. Another thing you can do is replace the activity label android:name="com.example.testdatabaseactivity.<deletedActivity>" with android:name="com.example.testdatabaseactivity.<newDefaultActivity>" I felt REALLY good when my code finally ran on whichever platform I wanted it to run on and just wanted to share the knowledge! :)

Categories : Java

Android GroupActivity Backpress trigger Fatal Exception / NullPointerException
First The problem could be that in TabGroupActivity, after you have done: mIdList.remove(index); you don't check that index is still valid, ie bigger than or equal to one. The following code should probably be: if (index > 0) { index--; String lastId = mIdList.get(index); Intent lastIntent = manager.getActivity(lastId).getIntent(); //LINE49 Window newWindow = manager.startActivity(lastId, lastIntent); setContentView(newWindow.getDecorView()); } else { // Handle case where there are no children left. } Second It is worth noting that LocalActivityManager was deprecated in API level 13, and so, unless you are only targeting pre-13 devices, it shouldn't be used. Even if you do decide to proceed with using it, there are some conditions under which it won

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LowBatteryReceiver does not exist and FATAL EXCEPTION: main errors android
The reference from your manifest to the Receiver classes are not right. Right now, you reference them like they are a normal class within your package. Since they are inner classes, you should reference them like this (see the android:name attribute): <receiver android:name=".MainActivity$OkBatteryReceiver" android:enabled="false" > <intent-filter> <action android:name="android.intent.action.BATTERY_OKAY" /> </intent-filter> </receiver> Inner classes are referenced by the $.

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FATAL EXCEPTION MAIN on socket based client/server app
Caused by: android.os.NetworkOnMainThreadException You're doing networking on the main thread. Move the networking code to another thread using AsyncTask. That should be a sufficient wrapper around threading for your needs.

Categories : Java

"Fatal Exception: main" and "Google Play services out of date" on emulator
I've had this issue many times and I've find a couple ways to resolve it. Most likely the Play Services that your app is referencing isn't matching up to what you have on the device, which in this case is the emulator. This might be happening because Google Play (or Google Play Services) isn't installed on the emulator. Check this SO post for more info. If it is installed, you may need to update it. You could update it by installing from scratch if the built-in updating doesn't work. If you're using the Google Play Services as a library project, you may need to update your Google Play Services library. Here's what I do: Open the SDK manager and see if there's an update to the Google Play Services If there is, download it In eclipse, delete your old Play Services project and import

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FATAL EXCEPTION: Unable to start activity ComponentInfo{...}: java.lang.NullPointerException
File.createTempFile(null, ".amr"); Prefix can't be null. From the source code : public static File createTempFile(String prefix, String suffix, File directory) throws IOException { if (prefix == null) throw new NullPointerException(); /***/ }

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Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'CFCredentials_Exception' with message 'No credentials were provided for Amazon S3
It seems like whatever tutorial you are following is making this unnecessarily difficult. Try this: require_once 'sdk.class.php'; $s3 = new AmazonS3(array( 'key' => 'your_aws_access_key_id', 'secret' => 'your_aws_secret_key', )); You shouldn't need to require any other files.

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