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    adobe air bug?

    Hi I have a serversocket I am using, when I listen for a clientsocket disconnected when hosted on android I cant get e.currentTarget.remoteAddress
    but on pc I can get a value for e.currentTarget.remoteAddress any work arounds?
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    I found a good work around for now, its too loop through all the clients and see which one is not bound.
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    Looks like they fixed the bug for air 32+ when testing air 33.

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    Actually the bug still exists on the old android 4.4 version I tested it on (kitkat). lgms232. So AIR didnt fix it, what fixed the issue was a newer android version. So I can tell you on android 8.1.0 (oreo) and onward you shouldn't have a problem hosting on androids.

    So if you get a bulk set of androids to host with air, I wouldnt go with any version less than 8.1.0 unless you want to do the cpu intensive "loop trick" I do.
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