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Describe the issue in detail, including observed and expected behavior.
Describe how the issue can be reproduced, ideally using the ExoPlayer demo app or a small sample app that you’re able to share as source code on GitHub.
Provide a JSON snippet for the demo app’s media.exolist.json file, or a link to media that reproduces the issue. If you don‘t wish to post it publicly, please submit the issue, then email the link to firstname.lastname@example.org using a subject in the format “Issue #1234”, where “#1234” should be replaced with your issue number. Provide all the metadata we’d need to play the content like drm license urls or similar. If the content is accessible only in certain countries or regions, please say so.
Capture a full bug report using “adb bugreport”. Output from “adb logcat” or a log snippet is NOT sufficient. Please attach the captured bug report as a file. If you don't wish to post it publicly, please submit the issue, then email the bug report to email@example.com using a subject in the format “Issue #1234”, where “#1234” should be replaced with your issue number.
Specify the absolute version number. Avoid using terms such as “latest”.
Specify the devices and versions of Android on which the issue can be reproduced, and how easily it reproduces. If possible, please test on multiple devices and Android versions.