Archived:CMdaAudioPlayerUtility consumes two playback rights on S60 2nd Edition (Known Issue)
When using CMdaAudioPlayerUtility to play DRM-protected audio with a limited playcount, two playback rights are consumed instead of one.
CMdaAudioPlayerUtility consumes two playback rights from a DRM-protected audio file that has a limited playcount.
The first right is consumed when opening the audio file (wrapped inside .dcf container), using either
Another right is consumed when starting the playback with
How to reproduce
(See detailed description).
No known solution exists. On S60 2nd Edition, 3rd-party applications should not try to play protected content.
Note that S60 3rd Edition provides a new utility API (CDrmPlayerUtility) that supports playback of protected audio and is not affected by this issue.