I updated to 2.0.3 earlier today, from 2.0.2. AntennaPod now crashes on startup. No crash log is generated in Android/data/de.danoeh.antennapod/files, but I do get a notification at the bottom of the screen:
unknown error (code 14 SQLITE_CANTOPEN) could not open database
I have tried to clear cache and storage in Settings -> Apps, and also manually removed the
Android/data/de.danoeh.antennapod folder, I’ve also tried uninstalling/re-installing, I have made sure that the ‘Storage’ app permission is granted, and have rebooted.
Is there some other configuration file that can be deleted? Seems that AntennaPod thinks there is a profile to open at startup.
I did just now use AppCloner to clone the 2.0.2 version apk to a new name, and have been able to install that and get it running, which still leads me to believe there is some ‘left over’ bits scattered about that are not cleared when storage and cache are cleared.
Motorola G7 Power
32g device memory
256g SD card as ‘internal app storage’
Not sure if the SD card formatting is an issue - I have plenty of other apps on the SD card, and previous versions of AntennaPod, since 1.7.x)