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KitchenSink crashes under Android (emulator and device).

I am building under OSX 10.5.8 and I used the latest source from github.
Tested against other versions from github and it had the same issue.

Crashes using emulator and a real Nexus One.



The application KitchenSink
(process com.nolanwright.
kitchensink) has stopped
unexpectedly. Please try again.


Upgraded from OSX 10.5.8 to 10.6.2

Still unable to run Kitchen Sink App (or any app) under Android emulator or real phone. iPhone emulator works fine.

— asked March 23rd 2010 by James McParlane
  • android
  • kitchen
  • sink

3 Answers

  • It looks like your application isn't being packaged right. It would help if you'd do the following.

    1) Try and launch the 1.0 or greater KitchenSink in a 1.6 API or newer emulator.

    2) Launch KitchenSink again, copy all of that log, put it in a pastie for us.

    Also, the Markup doesn't honor HTML, there is a formatting link right above the answer box that gives hints on how to make them up.

    — answered March 23rd 2010 by Don Thorp
  • Here is my updated pastie

    Built under 2.1

    I can't get the whole build into a pastie as it is above 100k

    Do you have an email address I can send it to?

    — answered April 15th 2010 by James McParlane
  • A workaround which worked for me was to delete the sdcard and lock file. Kitchen Sink Application works.

    — answered January 19th 2012 by Manendra Yadav
    • How can I delete the sdcard and lock file, can you please elaborate as I m new to Appcelerator

      — commented January 26th 2012 by Umaid Saleem
    • I am enclosing my pastes here http://pastie.org/3255783 but I m successfully able to run it on real device but can debug on emulator

      — commented January 26th 2012 by Umaid Saleem
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