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Re: [Linphone-developers] Debugging information

From: Michel Ferreira Bueno
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Debugging information
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2014 14:58:42 -0300

Hello Luiz,

That is why I suspect that the INVITE message is not even arriving on the android device. If the message arrived some log should be printed, even to inform an error of the message or something like that. But nothing happens.

The device that I have for testing is a device from one of our clients, unfortunately without root access.
I tried another app to capture traffic named tPacketCapture. It doesn’t require root access but it didn’t work either.
Any other suggestion?


Em 20/06/2014, à(s) 09:34, Luiz Silva <address@hidden> escreveu:


Usually linphone will show any error on the logs if you have debug on.
If you aren't seeing any errors you should capture traffic on the android device and analyse it with wireshark.

I use this app to capture traffic on android (needs root)


On Fri, Jun 20, 2014 at 7:29 AM, Michel Ferreira Bueno <address@hidden> wrote:

We are facing some problems to establish a SIP call originated on our SIP Server to our android application in some specific device models. There is no response from these target devices for the INVITE message.
For debugging purposes I would like to insert some log messages to help me isolate the problem and discover what is happening.
I suspect that the INVITE message is not even arriving at the android application and that is why nothing happens there. No debug messages are printed on the LogCat when the INVITE message is sent by our SIP Server to one of these devices.
So, to start my investigation I would like to know for sure that the android application did receive something or did not. If it did receive the message, maybe there is some problem with the INVITE message itself.

Any suggestions about where should I start inserting logs?
It would be ideal to know some parts of the code to start looking since I am not familiar with the lib code.

Any hint like function names or file names will be very helpful at this moment.

Thanks a lot.

Michel Bueno
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