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3.0.5539.26606: Incorrect username/password in Kodi


jluce50
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I'm not entirely sure if this is a problem with the MB3 Kodi addon or the server, but it started just after I installed the dev server so I figured I'd start here. When I start up Kodi I get the incorrect username/password error and none of the MB3 content is loaded. Log is attached. 

 

I believe these are the relevant lines from the Kodi log:

09:59:09 T:3780  NOTICE: XBMB3C SkinHelperThread -> [XBMB3C SkinHelperThread] exception in SetMB3WindowProperties: 'NoneType' object is not iterable
09:59:09 T:3780  NOTICE: HTTP response error: 401 Unauthorized
09:59:09 T:3780  NOTICE: XBMB3C SkinHelperThread -> [XBMB3C SkinHelperThread] exception in SetMB3WindowViewsProperties: No JSON object could be decoded

And I believe this is the corresponding line from the MBS log:

2015-03-03 10:00:39.8643 Error - HttpAsyncTaskHandler: Error occured while Processing Request: Access token is invalid or expired.

kodi.log

server-63560948639_2.txt

 

 

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Angelblue05

Ok, I will see what's going on because I modified to remember the access token from previous Kodi session.

 

Have you tried to restart kodi after the pop up? It should generate a new token and the error should go away.

 

 

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Hi, my main server is still on  3.0.5518.7, and I started seeing the same problem yesterday. I do not see the problem on any other clients than Kodi beta, and restarting it normally fixes it, or typing my username/password again. 

Since I'm not on the alpha release, one might believe the problem is with Kodi and not the server?

 

 -Florux

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Angelblue05

Ok, please provide a log by following my above post. This will help me narrow down the problem.

 

Thanks!

 

 

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Ok, I will see what's going on because I modified to remember the access token from previous Kodi session.

 

Have you tried to restart kodi after the pop up? It should generate a new token and the error should go away.

 

 

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Restarting fixes it for the next session, but then it usually happens again in the following session. It's somewhat intermittent, but consistent. I'll grab a log a little later today...

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