Fix assertion failure in btif_sock_rfc

The BTIF RFCOMM code was ignoring the status code on RFCOMM writes. In
the failure case, the slot id is 0 which is invalid. But the slot id
shouldn't even be referenced since the result was failure.

Stack trace:

__assert2+20               bionic/libc/bionic/assert.cpp:40
find_rfc_slot_by_id+18     system/bt/main/../btif/src/btif_sock_rfc.c:144
on_rfc_write_done          system/bt/main/../btif/src/btif_sock_rfc.c:537
rfcomm_cback+632           system/bt/main/../btif/src/btif_sock_rfc.c:585
bta_jv_rfcomm_write+74     system/bt/bta/./jv/bta_jv_act.c:2121
bta_jv_sm_execute+18       system/bt/bta/./jv/bta_jv_main.c:93
bta_sys_event+56           system/bt/bta/./sys/bta_sys_main.c:523
run_reactor+254            system/bt/osi/./src/reactor.c:278
run_thread+142             system/bt/osi/./src/thread.c:209
__pthread_start(void*)+30  bionic/libc/bionic/pthread_create.cpp:199
__start_thread+6           bionic/libc/bionic/clone.cpp:41

Bug: 27819511
Change-Id: Ifcd19fdfb214559f345567f04db8146b30037363
1 file changed
tree: 95e68c64255ab42fb242517bb2bb209243f0c1ca
  1. .gitignore
  2. .gn
  9. audio_a2dp_hw/
  10. bta/
  11. btcore/
  12. btif/
  13. build/
  14. conf/
  15. device/
  16. doc/
  17. embdrv/
  18. hci/
  19. include/
  20. main/
  21. osi/
  22. profile/
  23. service/
  24. stack/
  25. test/
  26. tools/
  27. udrv/
  28. utils/
  29. vendor_libs/
  30. vnd/

Fluoride Bluetooth stack

Building and running on AOSP

Just build AOSP - Fluoride is there by default.

Building and running on Linux

Instructions for Ubuntu, tested on 15.10 with GCC 5.2.1.

Install required libraries

sudo apt-get install libevent-dev

Install build tools

  • Install ninja build system
sudo apt-get install ninja-build

or download binary from

  • Install gn - meta-build system that generates NinjaBuild files.

Get sha1 of current version from here and then download corresponding executable:

wget -O gn<gn.sha1>

i.e. if sha1 is “3491f6687bd9f19946035700eb84ce3eed18c5fa” (value from 24 Feb 2016) do

wget -O gn

Then make binary executable and put it on your PATH, i.e.:

chmod a+x ./gn
sudo mv ./gn /usr/bin

Download source

mkdir ~/fluoride
cd ~/fluoride
git clone

Then fetch third party dependencies:

cd ~/fluoride/bt
mkdir third_party
cd third_party
git clone
git clone
git clone
git clone

And third party dependencies of third party dependencies:

cd fluoride/bt/third_party/libchrome/base/third_party
mkdir valgrind
cd valgrind
curl | base64 -d > valgrind.h
curl | base64 -d > memcheck.h

Fluoride currently has dependency on some internal Android projects, which also need to be downloaded. This will be removed in future:

cd ~/fluoride
git clone
git clone
git clone

Configure your build

We need to configure some paths to make the build successful. Run:

cd ~/fluoride/bt
gn args out/Default

This will prompt you to fill the contents of your “out/Default/” file. Make it look like below. Replace “/home/job” with path to your home directory, and don't use “~” in build arguments:

# Build arguments go here. Examples:
#   is_component_build = true
#   is_debug = false
# See "gn args <out_dir> --list" for available build arguments.

libhw_include_path = "/home/job/fluoride/libhardware/include"
core_include_path = "/home/job/fluoride/core/include"
audio_include_path = "/home/job/fluoride/media/audio/include"

Then generate your build files by calling

cd ~/fluoride/bt
gn gen out/Default


cd ~/fluoride/bt
ninja -C out/Default all

This will build all targets (the shared library, executables, tests, etc) and put them in out/Default. To build an individual target, replace “all” with the target of your choice, e.g. ninja -C out/Default net_test_osi.


cd ~/fluoride/bt/out/Default
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=./ ./bluetoothtbd -create-ipc-socket=fluoride