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KitchenSink on Android - won't load in emulator or install

Full trace here: pastie

The emulator launches, but nothing else happens.

Using Win 7,
Titanium Developer 1.2.1
SDK 1.4.0
Android APIs 2.1-update1 (APIs 2.2 don't work either)

Can anyone help? Is it this hard to get something to run on Titanium?

Do tell if there's any more info I can provide to help.

— asked September 22nd 2010 by Martin Juell
  • android
  • kitchensink
  • mobile

4 Answers

  • Apparently, Titanium launched the wrong AVD - one that didn't run APIs, even if I selected APIs in the menu in Titanium Developer. Clearing out all Titanium-generated AVDs from the AVD manager solved the problem. There might be a bug here, though.

    — answered September 22nd 2010 by Martin Juell
  • it's definitely a problem I added Ticket 1872 to track the issue.

    The naming scheme is fragile. If you download all of the API 4 and greater SDKs and Google APIs then you'll never see the problem. It's only a problem if you download a subset and then run one of the newest emulators (e.g. 2.2) and then go back and download a version less than that.

    — answered September 22nd 2010 by Don Thorp
    1 Comment
    • Thanks! Yeah, I didn't have APIs 2.1 at first, so that's exactly what I did.

      — commented September 23rd 2010 by Martin Juell
  • For me, changing the device being emulated to a DroidRAZR fixed it.

    — answered May 8th 2012 by Stan Takata
  • I have the same problem.

    In my AVD Manager, I have 4 items, all with a green ticks next to them. Two are from API level 8 and the other two from API level 16. I'm downloading all the other SDK API files at the moment, hoping this would fix my problem.

    In the AVD, to fix this problem, do I need to delete these entries? If I do, how do I get them back? (Are they automatically populated there or do I need to download again?

    Also, in the project properties, I see I can set the emulator there. What setting would you guys recommend for someone new to Titanium who's just learning the environment (i.e. apps not intended for sale).


    — answered September 29th 2012 by D J
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