|Subject:||Re: [Linphone-developers] Flow controlled bufferizer|
|Date:||Wed, 8 Jul 2020 18:03:23 +0200|
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I couldn't reproduce the issue.
If you can reproduce it with the latest version, please send us a log (enable it in settings > advanced > enable logs, and then send it to us via about > send logs).
When wifi is turned off, the call isn't stuck. If the wifi reconnects before the timeout (30 sec I think), the sound will be transferred again.
Junior Software Engineer
Belledonne Communications, the company behind Linphone
hello???0?2 ?0?2 Connect WiFi and call normally. If WiFi is turned off, the call will be stuck, and the abnormal prompt is as follows:
?0?2 ?0?2 Flow controlled bufferizer of max 40 ms was filled with at least 47 ms in the last 5000 ms, asking to drop 7 ms?0?2Too much buffered audio signal, throwing out 7 ms
How to solve this exception????
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