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install error message

hi peoples

when i will launch my app then i've become this error message:

[INFO] Building sample for Android ... one moment
[DEBUG] C:\_android-sdk\tools\adb.exe start-server
[DEBUG] Waiting for device to be ready ...
[TRACE] adb devices returned 1 devices/emulators
[DEBUG] Device connected... (waited 0 seconds)
[DEBUG] waited 0.017000 seconds on emulator to get ready
[DEBUG] C:\_android-sdk\tools\adb.exe -e shell ls 
[DEBUG] com.newmedia.hcd installed? False
[DEBUG] C:\_android-sdk\tools\adb.exe -e shell ls
[DEBUG] com.newmedia.hcd resources installed? False
[INFO] Copying project resources..
[TRACE] D/dalvikvm( 62): GC_FOR_MALLOC freed 10124 objects
 / 499464 bytes in 99ms
[TRACE] D/SntpClient( 62): request time failed: 
java.net.SocketException: Address family not 
supported by protocol

after this it stops, it could not be further.
the emulator runs but the app does not launch…
the android sdk and the java are installed correct, the app has worked before.

thx for your help.


— asked August 20th 2010 by chef koch
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  • Hi!

    I had a same problem as at you. How you could solve it?


    ? ???? ??????????? ???? ?????????:

    [DEBUG] ?????????? installed? False

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    — commented November 4th 2010 by anton kuznetzov
  • I have the same problem. Any solution??

    — commented October 31st 2011 by roie salem

1 Answer

  • Chef

    In order for me to help you with this, please follow the instructions at Install Diagnostics for Windows. Copy the output and paste it to your preferred pastebin service, and paste the link to it here. It's important that you do not modify it in any way, as this could mask problems with your configuration. Do NOT paste the actual code here! This is because the system will change the formatting.

    Also, please create and share a screenshot of your android installed packages, using something like ImageShack

    State the processor and RAM installed to your system.

    Lastly, run the command systeminfo at the commandline and share it in a pastebin.

    Then I will help you further.

    — answered October 31st 2011 by Paul Dowsett
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    • I am sorry, but I included an old link in my previous answer. Please use Install Diagnostics for Windows instead. Thanks

      — commented October 31st 2011 by Paul Dowsett
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