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The latest changes in Android 7.2 release still do not work if using a misconfigured network (incorrect proxy settings, network requires login to use, etc). On these networks, all HTTP connect calls block on the Connect() call for 2 minutes or more, regardless of the timeout specified. In this case, I do see the httpConnection.Disconnect() call made when the token is cancelled, but that has no effect.
The only way I am able to get around this is to specify a ConnectTimeout to the HttpURLConnection in AndroidClientHandler's SendAsync() method. For example (around line 210 of AndroidClientHandler.cs):
URL java_url = new URL(EncodeUrl(redirectState.NewUrl));
URLConnection java_connection = java_url.OpenConnection();
java_connection.ConnectTimeout = 10000; // 10 seconds
HttpURLConnection httpConnection = await SetupRequestInternal(request, java_connection).ConfigureAwait(continueOnCapturedContext: false); ;
HttpResponseMessage response = await ProcessRequest(request, java_url, httpConnection, cancellationToken, redirectState).ConfigureAwait(continueOnCapturedContext: false); ;
This workaround isn't perfect. For example, when I specify a 10 second timeout like above, most of the Android devices I test in take 20-30 seconds for the timeout to happen. A few others take longer. We need a reliable way of specifying a timeout here, as misconfigured networks are common in our environment and a 2 minute wait is not acceptable.
Fixed *in part* by:
The fix will be available in the next Xamarin.Android release.
this should be fixed in the Xamarin.Android build currently in beta, 126.96.36.199.
comment 3 is not entirely correct... while the change is available in the Android build on macOS (and that build is in the beta channel) it is not yet available on Windows. Instead, it should be present in the upcoming VS2017 15.3 Preview 3 build, which is expected to release sometime during the week of June 26
@Jonathan, you mention it's fixed *in part* by that commit in AndroidClientHander.cs. My recent testing on this shows no difference in behavior.. i still observe the timeout taking 2x to 4x the amount specified in the connection value. What other change(s) were a part of this fix? If I write a native Android app that does the same thing, the timeout works correctly.