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Titanium Crashes shortly after startup

Once I startup Titanium all seems well. I try to open the iPhone emulator and perhaps 20 seconds in I get a crash with the error message

"Titanium Developer appears to have encountered a fatal error and cannot continue. The application has collected information about the error in the form of a detailed error report.If you send the crash report, we will attempt to resolve this problem."

When I try to submit the crash report, I get this message.

"Titanium Developer An Error occurred while attempting sending the crash report: The request timed out."

Not sure what the issue is. I was able to run the Android Emulator for a while, but now the application crashes every time.

What can I try to get this up and running.

When I launch I get this far and no iPhone Emulator comes up.
[INFO] One moment, building …
[INFO] Titanium SDK version:
[INFO] iPhone Device family: iphone
[INFO] iPhone SDK version: 4.1

— asked September 26th 2010 by Chris Kosman
  • crash
  • error
  • fatal
  • iphone
  • mac
  • mobile
  • report

4 Answers

  • Now suddently i am getting this error as well, anyone who has a solution? i am running TI 1.2.1.

    I have tried a reinstall

    — answered November 30th 2010 by Dennis Nielsen
  • UP

    I have the same problem!!

    — answered January 13th 2011 by BENAIM Alex
    1 Comment
    • It's best to open your own post, Benaim.

      — commented January 13th 2011 by Paul Dowsett
  • I have the same problem… the re-installition did not help at all…

    — answered January 19th 2011 by Philipp Walz
  • Hi all, have you fixed this problem, because I've the same problem, and i've re-installed, and it still not working,
    i need your help from you all, thank you :)

    — answered March 25th 2011 by zelda soraya
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