Might just mean whatever caused the issue has a fix and you might just have to wait for it. I mean, only other thing for “now” would be to say to Create a new profile in your hamburger menu and see if it happens there. If it doesn’t, then hints to extension, cookies, or setting on your current profile causing it.
But yeah, if Nightly good, chances are just have to hold out for that update to arrive. At least is usually how it ends up working, as annoying as it can be.
So much for that. Btw, it’s the weekend right now, meaning no Support until the week begins. I’ll tag @Mattches in here in hopes he’ll see the tag and can check in on you as he kind of catches up to things missed over the weekend.
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@jadasse Lmao, umm, that’s a lot of extensions. When you mentioned that it crashes on Chrome as well, are you running those extensions there too? If so, that’s still where we should start.
To quote myself:
You never did mention testing with a new profile, not having extensions running. It might be kind of vital for you to do that. If it doesn’t happen, then you’re going to have to go back and disable extensions, doing one at a time until you find your culprit.
I’d also like to mention that after Brave reopens, upon (un)plugging my pair of headphones, nothing happens. Also, when Brave crashes, all windows of Brave close as well. I may also test upon a window where multiple tabs (that aren’t New Tab) are open.
Sorry you’ve been lost there a bit @jadasse. One of the reasons you see me tag people in all my comments is to make sure it produced a notification. When you just do a generic reply as you just did last, you rely on the idea that people happen to comb across and randomly pick your topic.
I know @Mattches was working with you on it and had crash reports from before. Not sure if he’ll need more info but at least tagged him in on it here and hoping he’ll pop in to follow up with you.
I don’t think it’s the headphones but the audio settings on the computer. When I only open up the audio settings in the system section of Windows Settings, Brave crashes immediately. So Chromium may be prone to only one radio output before going haywire. Please fix this immediately; this is driving me insane.
Apologies for the late reply time here. Unfortunately we do not seem to have an answer here. Further, nobody can actually reproduce this issue. I am seeing some similar issues on the Chromium form but nothing that is crashing the browser:
Is there any other software you have installed on your system that specifically handles audio output and/or devices?
To confirm, you’re seeing this behavior in Chrome as well? Do you have any other browsers you might test (like MS Edge)?
You stated that you have an OneOdio A70 headset — is it safe to assume that connecting/disconnecting via bluetooth works without any issue? Additionally, do you see the same behavior if you were to connect different (perhaps more “basic”) headphones and then unplug them?