Sergii wrote:Yes, there is only one "at" line.
I have found the problem. It is not actually in my code on NXT brick.
You can easily reproduce this exception by running USB send(maybe few times) example and the NXT brick which is turned on and displays the main menu(no app is running).
It seems like lejos is waiting for connection and when some strange data comes it fails with this exception
at: 120: 81
$ nxjdebugtool -di StartUpText.nxd -c -m 16 120 81
The class number 16 refers to:
The method number 120 refers to:
PC 81 refers to:
line 99 in LCPResponder.java
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