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Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2019-09-20, 20:06 UTC
by Slavic
Added a star to bugreport too.
After update to 3.0b9 the TC widgets look good as before, at least on my device.

Total Commander 3.0b12

Posted: 2019-10-25, 22:48 UTC
by Tippfehler
... crashes predictably on TC theme change (dark -> light / light-> dark) in Android 6.0.1/Cyanogenmod 13. It switches themes after the crash and appears to run normally.

Also periodically getting this (log) error:

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10-25 20:25:14.871 E/ActivityThread(20038): Activity com.ghisler.android.TotalCommander.TotalCommander has leaked IntentReceiver com.ghisler.android.TotalCommander.TotalCommander$4@11cf035 that was originally registered here. Are you missing a call to unregisterReceiver()?
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But Android 6 is obsolete (and the existing theme is fine).

Re: Total Commander 3.0b12

Posted: 2019-10-26, 01:58 UTC
by Usher
Tippfehler wrote:
2019-10-25, 22:48 UTC
But Android 6 is obsolete (and the existing theme is fine).
DO NOT start flamewar, please. Android 6 is used on every sixth Android device (16,9%), see official statistics: https://developer.android.com/about/dashboards#Platform
Note that Windows XP and 32-bit TC for Windows are much older, but still in use.

Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2019-10-28, 13:51 UTC
by ghisler(Author)
2Tippfehler
I do not have this bug on two Android 6.0 devices. Maybe it's a bug in Cyanogenmod. Could you submit a bug report via the TC bug reporting function, and mentioning your user name "Tippfehler" so I can know which is the report for this error? Thanks!

Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2019-10-28, 15:36 UTC
by Tippfehler
2 crash reports with system/event logs submitted via crash "Report/Feedback", let me know if you didn't get them.

Can't find any other bug reporting functions. TC only has LAN access, anyway.

Firebase diagnostics, and general system "usage & diagnostics" reporting is disabled in Google settings.

Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2019-10-30, 17:15 UTC
by ghisler(Author)
No, I meant via TC's own error dialog. It looks like my code wasn't even reached before it crashed.

Unfortunately I can't find anything in the play store bug report page for Android 6.0.

Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2019-10-30, 20:23 UTC
by Tippfehler
No error dialog whatsoever - it just crashes, on every theme change.

I've created a file named "log.txt" in Internal Storage/.TotalCommander, but TC doesn't deign to write anything to it when crashing :wink:

No "error"-something or log in /data/data/com.ghisler.android.TotalCommander - except a *.meta and a *.dmp file in cache/WebView/Crashpad/pending. Do you want these (and the Tombstone)?

On the off chance Google doesn't classify this device as "Android 6" (though it should), here's some more detailed system info:
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Crash report info:
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locale: en-GB
Device: klimtwifi
Model: SM-T700
Board: universal5420
Brand: generic
Build ID: cm_klimtwifi-userdebug 6.0.1 MOB31K 182e533d7a test-keys
OS Version/Release: 6.0.1

PROCESSOR
CPU Architecture: ARMv7 Processor rev 3 (v7l)
Board: universal5420
Chipset: Samsung EXYNOS5420
Cores: 4
Clock Speed: 250 MHz - 1900 MHz
Instruction Sets: armeabi-v7a, armeabi
CPU Features: swp half thumb fastmult vfp edsp neon vfpv3 tls vfpv4 idiva idivt
CPU Governor: interactive
Kernel Version: 3.4.112-Deathly-1.0
Kernel Architecture: armv7l

GRAPHICS
Renderer: Mali-T628
Vendor: ARM
OpenGL Version: OpenGL ES 3.1

RAM
Total: 2775 MB
Java Heap: 288 MB
What do you mean by "Play Store bug report page"? I'm under the impression that Google forwards system crash reports to the developers of crashing apps - especially if beta testing - - ?

Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2019-10-31, 09:24 UTC
by ghisler(Author)
No, you can look up errors in the play store where you upload apps. But no error is reported there for Android 6.x.

Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2019-10-31, 13:42 UTC
by Tippfehler
Shame on Google. :( But God only knows where Cyanogenmod tries to send bug reports...
A working alternative is to enable the option "Take Bug Report" in "Developer Options". The results can be saved as "bugreport-<date>-<time>.zip" by sharing to X-plore (copy to), for instance.
The bug report contains absolutely everything, today's logcat (with today's crashes) and detailed system info. Installed apps are listed in detail, too.

I ran strace on my (rooted) Android 6 tablet, which is easier in a terminal on Android than using adb. If anybody needs to do this and doesn't know how, here's the procedure:

1) Find Total Commander's current process id (pid):

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ps | grep 'ghisler'
This returns TC and any 'ghisler' plugins that may be installed and running. The PID is in the second column from the left, the one beginning with numbers.

2) strace command (useful for developers, for users not so much ;))
Using strace: https://source.android.com/devices/tech/debug/strace
Root permissions are needed.

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su root
strace -f -p <process-id>
or

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strace -f -p <process-id> &> /storage/emulated/0/somefile.txt
to pipe the results to a file (the "&" is important).

Then kill TC... :P (by triggering the bug)

Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2019-11-01, 15:02 UTC
by ghisler(Author)
Yes, the crash report is usually written to the logcat, so this would be very helpful.

Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2019-11-01, 17:24 UTC
by Tippfehler
:idea: Note to self - here's how you get the logcat on Android terminal:
1) become root, or you'll only see the log entries Terminal itself generates
2) logcat -d shows only the current contents and exits back to the command line
3) -f write fo file

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su root
logcat -d -f /storage/emulated/0/logfile.txt
logcat guide: https://developer.android.com/studio/command-line/logcat

Langsamer Verbindungsaufbau

Posted: 2019-11-06, 12:10 UTC
by phantom
Mir ist aufgefallen, dass der Verbindungsaufbau über LAN deutlich länger dauert als früher. Liegt das an Windows 10 Pro 1903 oder am Zusammenspiel von TC 3.0 Beta und dem LAN-Plugin? Das Netzwerkprotokoll SMB1 ist aktiviert.

Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2019-11-06, 17:11 UTC
by ghisler(Author)
Die Namensauflösung kann recht langsam sein. Versuchen Sie, im Router dem PC eine feste IP-Adresse zuzuordnen, und tragen Sie dann diese im Plugin ein anstelle des Namens.

Pressing icon on whatsapp images opens instead of selects files Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available

Posted: 2020-02-10, 17:19 UTC
by Hammillian7
With Beta 14 on Android 7.0 on Galaxy S7:

I try to (multi) select files in the whatsapp images subdir, where each icon is a small image (thumbnail? ) Most of the times that I press the icon, it offers me to open the file, instead of selecting it.

I try in the left panel, pressing on different points (leftmost, center, up, down, etc) and just very few times (one of ten or so) I get the selection action.

Re: Total Commander 3.0 beta 1 for Android is available now!

Posted: 2020-02-11, 09:46 UTC
by ghisler(Author)
Unfortunately I cannot reproduce this.
Maybe it's caused by this change?
2020-02-10 Added: Home folder: Handle clicking on icon like clicking on name

However, it really only happens in the home folder here.
Can you tell me the exact path name where this occurs?