With combined signatures, it's #5 top crasher in 17.0b1.
It might be related to bug 787319.
Signature libstagefright.so@0xf6f0a More Reports Search
Date Processed 2012-10-17 14:27:21
Last Crash 13.9 hours before submission
Install Age 4.1 days since version was first installed.
Install Time 2012-10-13 10:55:22
Build ID 20121010211745
Release Channel beta
OS Version 0.0.0 Linux 3.0.8+ #46 PREEMPT Wed Mar 28 14:15:15 CST 2012 armv7l
Build Architecture arm
Build Architecture Info
Crash Reason SIGSEGV
Crash Address 0xdeadbaad
AdapterDescription: 'ARM -- Mali-400 MP -- OpenGL ES 2.0 -- Model: T01A, Product: crane_evb, Manufacturer: unknown, Hardware: sun4i'
EGL? EGL+ GL Context? GL Context+ GL Layers? GL Layers+ WebGL? WebGL+
Adapter Vendor ID ARM
Adapter Device ID Mali-400 MP
Device unknown T01A
Android API Version 15 (REL)
Android CPU ABI armeabi-v7a
Frame Module Signature Source
0 libc.so libc.so@0x17660
1 libstagefright.so libstagefright.so@0xf6f0a
2 libstagefright.so libstagefright.so@0xf6f0a
3 libstagefright.so libstagefright.so@0xf6f0a
4 libcutils.so libcutils.so@0x3f3f
5 libxul.so array_slice js/src/jsarray.cpp:2955
7 OMXCodec (deleted) OMXCodec @0x26971
8 dalvik-heap (deleted) dalvik-heap @0xbafa944
9 dalvik-heap (deleted) dalvik-heap @0x5b8a25d
10 pkg.apk pkg.apk@0x46f544
11 dalvik-heap (deleted) dalvik-heap @0x4b1af42
12 libnspr4.so PR_Unlock nsprpub/pr/src/pthreads/ptsynch.c:205
13 libxul.so mozilla::FileBlockCache::Read Mutex.h:83
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Assigning to Chris Double to help take a look here for FF17.
Chris - please email us if you don't have access to a Mali-400 MP GPU device to investigate and need it.
I appear to be crashreport-challenged, how does one find an url for testing from a crash report? Can someone provide a SFW url here?
Alex, I don't have have a Mali-400 GPU device and will probably need one to investigate. Do you have a brand name for a device that has this GPU? Once I have an URL to test on other devices I'll confirm.
Created attachment 672693 [details]
List of devices for libstagefright.so@0xf... crash signatures
(In reply to Chris Double (:doublec) from comment #5)
> Do you have a brand name for a device that has this GPU?
See the attachment.
The 0xdeadbaad SIGSEGV is indicative of bionic's abort() function. This is probably a case of Stagefright's CHECK() macro, which aborts on failure.
Is there an example URL that demonstrates the crash?
Email sent with URLs. They are all adult in nature thus not included in this report.
I've tested these URLs on a Galaxy S 2 (GT-I9100) running ICS 4.0.3 and couldn't reproduce the crash.
LGE LG-P500 6
Sony Tablet S 8
LGE LG-P500 16
Unknown BC1003 8
Unknown MID 5
Unknown P300(Funbook) 21
Unknown AK-MINI-PC-001 4
Unknown MID 16
Unknown M1001 13
Unknown GT-7205S 12
Unknown i-mobile i-note WiFi 8
Unknown GT-7200 5
(In reply to Naoki Hirata :nhirata from comment #11)
> LGE LG-P500 6
> ZTE Skate
> Sony Tablet S 8
> LGE LG-P500 16
> Unknown BC1003 8
> Unknown MID 5
> Unknown P300(Funbook) 21
> Unknown AK-MINI-PC-001 4
> Unknown MID 16
> Unknown M1001 13
> Unknown GT-7205S 12
> Unknown i-mobile i-note WiFi 8
> Unknown GT-7200 5
Let's try reproducing now that we've identified these affected devices. Adding steps-wanted.
Let's try with the Optimus One (LGE LG-P500).
LGE LG-P500 is a ARMv6 phone. The only way it is running ICS is if it was rooted and running a custom rom.
(In reply to Kevin Brosnan [:kbrosnan] from comment #14)
> LGE LG-P500 is a ARMv6 phone. The only way it is running ICS is if it was
> rooted and running a custom rom.
Let's get an order going for a Sony Tablet S in that case. It does run ICS.
Drive-by triage comment:
QA seeking out this device for purchase
(In reply to Aaron Train [:aaronmt] from comment #16)
> Drive-by triage comment:
> QA seeking out this device for purchase
Assuming this is a hw decoder problem given the GPU comment.
The plan is to land Bug 806369 (create a blacklist) to deal with this blocker issue here for Firefox 17. The root cause fix will addressed after Firefox 17.
Removing needURLs since they have been emailed according to Comment 9.
(In reply to Maire Reavy [:mreavy] from comment #18)
> Assuming this is a hw decoder problem given the GPU comment.
> The plan is to land Bug 806369 (create a blacklist) to deal with this
> blocker issue here for Firefox 17. The root cause fix will addressed after
> Firefox 17.
Since we're using the blacklist for 17, I'm marking 'wontfix' and bumping tracking on 18 so this stays on our radar for the root issue.
Because of the StageFright blacklisting on ICS except for Samsung devices, there are no crashes in 17.0b5 and after 18.0a2/20121108.
The underlying issue is not fixed though.
I thinks it's a SW decoder issue that the blocklist handles.
Should this be untracked for FF18 given that it no longer crashes due to the blocklist? The underlying issue won't be fixed for FF18 if a fix is required by 19/11.
Fixed by bug 806369.
We want this bug open so that we can fix the actual issue.
(In reply to Tony Chung [:tchung] from comment #17)
> (In reply to Aaron Train [:aaronmt] from comment #16)
> > Drive-by triage comment:
> > QA seeking out this device for purchase
Did the device arrive? If so can QA confirm if the bug exists if they disable the blocklist?
Looks like the Sony Tablet S we received has a nVidia GPU.
Is this still happening?
Occasionally. Probably not a priority unless STR appear.
Need Help debugging software device?
I have a device with a product. model = software evb 13 with product.device= crane-evb. I would like to know the vendor ID for that is to use it for debugging windows USB and or linux or ubuntu? How do I general Debug this device. What drivers do I need?