This was not a problem until recently. In the past, the TWiT live stream could play for hours without MX Player crashing (the video played until I closed MX Player). This problem seemed to occur after a recent update to MX Player Version 1.7.30 and the installation of the MX Player Codec (Tegra 3).
This issue is occurring on a Google Nexus 7 2012 (first generation) tablet. The Video Properties are as follows:
- Resolution: 854 x 480
- Video Codec: H.264 / AVC / MPEG-4 AVC / MPEG-4 part 10
- Frame rate: 30
- Audio Codec: AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)
- Sample Rate: 44100 Hz
- Channels: Stereo
I have soft reset the Nexus 7 numerous times, deleted the cache of MX Player and other running apps, uninstalled MX Player and the MX Player Codec, reinstalled the MX Player and MX Player Codec, and reset MX Player's settings all without success in solving this problem.
The results from the MX Log Collector app are pasted below. In addition, the log.txt.gz generated from the MX Log Collector app and the bug report generated by MX Player are attached.
Any help that anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Model: Nexus 7
Version: 4.4.4 (REL)
Kernel: Linux version 3.1.10-g1e42d16 (firstname.lastname@example.org) (gcc version 4.7 (GCC) ) #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Mar 13 11:33:27 PDT 2014
CPU: 1 core(s) 1.3 GHz (family:0 features:0)
CPU architecture: 7
CPU features: swp half thumb fastmult vfp edsp neon vfpv3 tls
Board platform: tegra3
Instruction set: armeabi-v7a (+armeabi)
Resolution: 800 x 1205
Available screen size (DIP): 600 x 880 (smallest: 600)
Screen size: Large
Density: 1.3312501 (213)
Font scale: 1.0
Hardware main button: false
Total memory: 998092 kB (998092kB)
Free memory: 33516 kB