Steps: 1. Hook up a USB headset to your system 2. Go to https://people.mozilla.com/~anarayanan/gum_test.html 3. Go to audio Expected: The audio stream should start playing back. Generating sound should cause you to hear that sound as well. Actual: NO_DEVICES_FOUND is thrown instead. I cannot get any audio playing back.
Regression likely by bug 774357. Was working on 8/1/2012 Nightly build.
Rewording title - so this appears to happen after you stop the audio on https://people.mozilla.com/~anarayanan/gum_test.html. After you select stop, any time you ever try to access audio again it will not work and instead throw NO_DEVICES_FOUND.
Summary: Trying to stream audio through mozGetUserMedia through a USB headset - errors out with NO_DEVICES_FOUND → Trying to stream audio through mozGetUserMedia on 2nd try - errors out with NO_DEVICES_FOUND
Note - Even closing firefox, restarting and going to https://people.mozilla.com/~anarayanan/gum_test.html again on audio will still throw the NO_DEVICES_FOUND error.
Summary: Trying to stream audio through mozGetUserMedia on 2nd try - errors out with NO_DEVICES_FOUND → Trying to stream audio through mozGetUserMedia, stopping, and try accessing it again - errors out with NO_DEVICES_FOUND on any subsequent access
Note that a browser restart does not fix this problem, so this is different than bug 773646.
And looks like I wasn't right. This isn't a new regression. My bad. It is a dup.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Whiteboard: [getUserMedia], [blocking-gum+]
Duplicate of bug: 773646
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