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Project creation error: Error creating project. Please try again.

I am a complete noob. I downloaded Titanium, made sure I had the latest Android SDK and Java SDK, started up the application, and registered. There was a notice of a new version, 1.3, so I clicked on that. Then, following the Getting Started instructions, I set out to create my first app. However, I get the error above. There does not seem to be a log file and this message is less than informative. Nothing is generated. What is going wrong? I was able to import the Kitchen Sink (haven't tried launching it yet, though).

FWIW - I am running on Windows XP.

— asked May 21st 2010 by Bill Turner
  • android
  • creation
  • error
  • mobile
  • project

3 Answers

  • Accepted Answer

    Hey Bill,

    In your Android SDK directory, you will need to run tools/android to download versions of the Android SDK to run on. On Windows, there's a Setup.exe you can run. Here's a screengrab showing what it ought to look like.

    Once you have the 1.6 version of the SDK installed (plus any newer version you want to test), restart Titanium Developer and try creating a new project.

    — answered May 21st 2010 by Kevin Whinnery
  • I have tried launching the Android emulator. Nothing happens. Interestingly, the SDK and Screen fields on the Run Emulator page just shows "loading…"

    — answered May 21st 2010 by Bill Turner
  • Okay, judging by another similar question out here, I saved the KitchenSink project as a 1.2 project. It still does not launch. I've waited over ten minutes. It looks just like what I described above. Nothing appears to be running according to task manager, other than Titanium and my web browser (Firefox).

    I don't see any log files. How do I know what is going on?

    — answered May 21st 2010 by Bill Turner
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