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Message 46813 - Posted: 8 Sep 2013, 16:14:32 UTC

I downloaded Boinc (the one published by the Space Sciences Lab, rating 4.5) from the Google Play Store/Apps and installed it to my Samsung Galaxy S4. The computer ID is 65607. It downloaded one WU (id = 5673729, name = 04mr09ab.10537.20522.4.16.246, Task ID = 14694377), and it immediately experienced a computation error. I tried to abort the task, and the device said it did it, but it is still there, stuck. Boinc's status is "Nothing to do," and it appears to be using no computer time.

Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Message 46886 - Posted: 11 Sep 2013, 17:39:48 UTC
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I am still not getting any tasks since the first one sent. Can you tell me what this means (from the Client Messages log)
'<boinc_gui_rpc_reply>
<cc_status>
<network_status>2</network_status>
<ams_password_error>0</ams_password_error>
<task_s'

[gui_rpc] GUI RPC Command = '<boinc_gui_rpc_request>
<get_cc_status/>
</boincgui_rpc_request>
'

Also, what does this mean?
Date/Time D/BOINC_GUI(31502)
reportDeviceStatus()

***

Date/Time v/BOINC_GUI(31502):
setClientStatus: #results:0 #projects:1 #transfers:0 //
computing: false20 -- network: false20

Does this mean the Android thinks it has no access to the network? I can ping it from another computer, and when I do an update on the Android, it says it is requesting tasks, and scheduler request in progress, but there are no further lines, and no tasks are sent. The last contact time does update on my SETI_Beta Boinc account/computers page, so the request must be getting thru, even if there is no result. Also, I can log into the router from the Android, so the network must be working, at least as far as the router.

Lastly, I cannot figure out where the boinc Android client is storing workunits, as a file in main memory or on the flash disk. According to the manual, it is supposed to be important to store large files (e.g., pictures, video) on the flash drive to avoid overcommitting the main memory. Is there now or will there ever be an option for boinc to store the WUs on the flash drive?
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