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Ok usually I dont ask for help for android but this is a 1st for me....as I scroll thru the Sega mega drive wheel I added, once it gets to the 1st game starting with letter "O", hyperspin crashes ...even if i navigate using the letters option when i get to letter "O" again it crashes....i use a default theme i made and have cart art, boxart,and wheel for all the games  ...will upload a log as I'm clueless to what happening...thanks

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Maybe start with removing images to see if it’s a bad image causing it to crash.

Remove carts
Remove boxes
Remove wheels

Maybe letter o has a bad image?

Or review the letter o images to ensure no corrupt ones.

Just an idea. Good luck.

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Will do...thanks...crazy because I've done many hyperspin android systems and a simple console is kicking my azz....lmaoooo....smh

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You have a corrupt database. Thats why it's starting from letter O

Either change it or fix it and you should be good to go.

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Ok this the xml...I changed the name to just mega drive and deleted the 1st game that starts with "O"...now it crashed with the normys game...its really weird like it's a glitch or something but just on this 1 system

Mega Drive.xml

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Sega genesis works with no issues...damn near the same names except they have (usa) tag and mega drive has (europe) at the end ....I may start this 1 literally from the bottom up to see what's going on...also uninstalled hyperspin and reinstalled from the playstore....I didnt deleted any files though which possibly I should have like obb folder contents for hyperspin....tomorrow I'll skip work and may have time 2 work on it

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one time my android setup crash suddenly. a default theme become corrupt.

so you could try to delete your theme and test to know if it's the problem

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Also make sure your settings are ok.

I found that when I had a special art set where length=0 it crashed the entire application.

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Finally figured it out and fixed it...smh....took everyone's suggestions and went thru everything 1by1 line by line....2 bad images was the cause of the crash..these 2 images I will post would not open in android causing it to immediately crash....thanks everyone for the inputs and advice

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