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I have written an App including a remote service. This service restarts every reboot. The service works also the App do. But every reboot the service logs an unknown ANT error:

09-25 18:04:24.002: E/ANTRadioService(1192): com.dsi.ant.exception.AntInterfaceException: Unknown ANT Interface error

My Question:

Is there a flag on reboot that I have to catch before I try to connect to the ANT Hardware?      
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I don't think you have to be trying straight after a reboot just the first ANT usage after a reboot. I get something similar and would be interested if there is any way of stoping it.      
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Is this after an operation you perform, or simply from binding to the ANT Radio Service and starting it the first time? We will look in to it.      
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Seems to be first time binding after reboot.      
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Hardware:
Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S
Sony Ericsson Xperia S


BootReceiver:
public class BootReceiver extends BroadcastReceiver {

    Context c
;

    
/*
     * (non-Javadoc)
     * 
     * @see android.content.BroadcastReceiver#onReceive(android.content.Context,
     * android.content.Intent)
     */
    
@Override
    
public void onReceive(final Context contextIntent intent{
        
        
final String TAG BootReceiver.class.getSimpleName();

        
Intent antService = new Intent();
        
antService.setAction("de.tum.lme.diamantum.ANTRadioService");
        
antService.putExtra("callerId""BootReceiver");

        if (
Intent.ACTION_SHUTDOWN.equals(intent.getAction())) {
            Log
.d("Bootreceiver""Shut down initiated");
            
context.stopService(antService);
            
Log.d(TAG"Stopped Service");
        
}

        
if (Intent.ACTION_BOOT_COMPLETED.equals(i[code] 
ntent.getAction())) {
Log.d(TAG, "boot completed");

context.startService(antService);
}

}
}


ANT ServiceListener to claim ANT interface
private AntInterface.ServiceListener listener = new AntInterface.ServiceListener() {
        
@Override
        
public void onServiceConnected() {
            
// Service ist verbunden
            
Log.d(TAG"ServiceListener onServiceConnected()");
            
// boolean mServiceConnected = true;

            
try {

                boolean mClaimedAntInterface 
mAntAdapter
                        
.hasClaimedInterface();
                if (
mClaimedAntInterface{
                    
// mAntMessageReceiver should be registered any time we have
                    // control of the ANT Interface
                    
receiveAntRxMessages(true);
                
else {
                    
// Need to claim the ANT Interface if it is available, now
                    // the service is connected
                    
mClaimedAntInterface mAntAdapter.claimInterface();
                
}
            } 
catch (Throwable e{
                
// irgendwas ist total schief gelaufen
                // wird aber auch angezeigt
                
error_message(e.toString());

            
}

            Log
.d(TAG"ANT Service connected");

            
Log.d(TAG"enabling ANT");

            
// try {
            // mAntAdapter.ANTResetSystem();
            // } catch (AntInterfaceException e) {
            // // TODO Auto-generated catch block
            // error_message(e.toString() + "RESET");
            // }
            // Aktiviere AntInterface

            
try {
                mAntAdapter
.enable();
            
catch (AntInterfaceException e{
                
// TODO Auto-generated catch block
                
error_message(e.toString() + "ENABLE");
            
}
        }

        
@Override
        
public void onServiceDisconnected() {
            
// Service ist nicht verbunden
            
Log.d(TAG"ServiceListener onServiceDisconnected()");
            try 
{
                receiveAntRxMessages
(false);
            
catch (IllegalArgumentException e{
                
// Receiver wasn't registered, ignore as that's what we wanted
                // anyway
            
}

        }
    }


The Interface is claimed and enabled, seen in Log file.      
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Need some help here since I can't reproduce the error even on our XPeria S phone.

What version of Android and AntRadioService are you developing the app on?