Hi, I can't run android in the simulator:
[ERROR] Timed out waiting for emulator to be ready, you may need to close the emulator and try again
I can't run it on my device either. I connect it via USB, allow debugging and unknown sources on it, but get this error:
Timed out waiting for device to be ready, you may try reconnecting the USB cable
I run into this on my Droid X. Usually it's because I have either
- not selected 'USB Mass Storage' for the USB Connection, or
- I have not enabled 'USB Debugging' under Settings -> Applications -> Development, and it may be that
- you have not selected Settings -> Applications -> Unknown sources.
For the emulator, try deleting the AVD and letting Appcelerator create a new one. Make sure you have installed at Android SDK 1.6 or higher, which I believe is a requirement.
Lastly I have read that you may need to delete all AVDs and let Titanium create it's own, or it gets confused. This is not something I have personally experienced though.
This is kinda strange but I was able to solve this by powering down the phone and then power up while it is connected via USB to the computer. Unless I do this I don't get any notification that USB Debugging or Mass Storage is active.
Of course before doing that make sure USB Debugging and Allow Unknown Sources are both enabled.
Worked for me after I changed plugged usb cable to different socket in my iMac :) strange issue
For those who develop on HTC with Sense 5, you'd need to follow this link to enable USB debugging:
I had the same problem. None of the suggestions on many of the thread worked. Finally I realised I missed a step: you'd need to install the ADB drivers specific to your phone. Details here: