Adding an RSS URL will lead to the complete death of the application

Bug #1921823 reported by Seiwer
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Bug Description

When you try to add the RSS address of a podcast, the application crashes and it can no longer be launched, the only thing that will help is a full Factory Reset of the phone, that is, in short, you can kill the application with a link

Here are the logs on Pastebin:

Well, I think the link of the podcast itself will still come in handy, so I'll leave it here:

Device: Redmi 7 (OTA-16)

I can not check the version because the application cannot be launched at all (even reinstallation does not help)
The only thing I can say about the version is that I am using the stable latest version from OpenStore

How to reproduce the bug?

Go to the application >> + Add new podcasts >> + >> paste the link and that's it

Addition after 3 hours: I found an interesting moment ... If you uninstall the application, restart your phone and reinstall it, then the channel list (in the "Add new podcasts" section) will be empty, but the episodes can still be listened to ... That is, the channel as would not be in the application ... But how would it be ...

PodBird version 0.8

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Daniel Kutka (dano6) wrote :

Thanks for the report. Factory reset isn't probably necessary, just delete app data with ut-tweaks-tool.

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Daniel Kutka (dano6) wrote :

Hi this is probably AppArmor issue with port for your phone. Please try to contact maintainer of Ubuntu Touch port for your phone. Is it possible to add another podcast or download some episode?
AppArmor is denaing access to this API

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