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Android Emulater problem & solution

Hi.

I have installed Appcelerator Titanium by following "Getting Started Titanium Windows".pdf-file..
I have chosen to work with the Android alternative.

When I have created a new project and are about to launch it in the emulator, it does not work at all.

In the emulator i see SDK, Screen, Filter etc. But they all stand frozen on "Loading…".

Is there anyone that experience the same issue or have found a solution for the problem?

HINT!
If you are having problems with even starting up the emulator and can't see anything on the page, do this.
Under your project folder create a new folder named "build" under your "build" folder create two new folders named "android" & "iphone". Example: Tutorial01\build - > android and iphone folders.

Best Regards

— asked November 23rd 2010 by Tobias Ander
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  • Hi,

    You need to install java and android sdk in the same drive, for an example in the c:drive we have program files,document and settings etc.In that drive we need to run java and android sdk.After installed the java please type javac in the command prompt llly for android sdk example given in the getting started pdf once you run we have to set the environment variables path for both java and android SDK.The path is shown in the getting started Pdf.Once you finished all the above specifications run the titanium successfully.

    Regards,
    Venkatesan.R

    — answered December 9th 2010 by venkatesan ramdoss
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  • Hi Venkatesan.R.

    Thanks for your answer, I have been waiting a long time now.

    I have done exactly as what you wrote above and when i run my CMD and type aapt v, android list or javac -version I get response with different type of information about versions, SDK's etc..

    I have also done as the tutorial told me when to include the system paths in environmental settings with the correct url's and ending tags ; to separate them.

    Thanks for your replay.
    Best Regards, Tobias Ander

    — answered December 9th 2010 by Tobias Ander
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  • Hi Venkatesan.R.

    Thanks for your answer, I have been waiting a long time now.

    I have done exactly as what you wrote above and when i run my CMD and type aapt v, android list or javac -version I get response with different type of information about versions, SDK's etc..

    I have also done as the tutorial told me when to include the system paths in environmental settings with the correct url's and ending tags ; to separate them.

    Thanks for your replay.
    Best Regards, Tobias Ander

    — answered December 9th 2010 by Tobias Ander
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