I had built KitchenSink in the past on Android, upgraded/installed new versions of Android SDK and get an error while wanting to test on the emulator. I am choosing Android 1.6. Here is the error I am getting:
[INFO] Launching Android emulator…one moment [INFO] Building KitchenSink for Android … one moment [INFO] Waiting for the Android Emulator to become available [INFO] Copying project resources.. [INFO] Tiapp.xml unchanged, skipping class generation [INFO] Manifest unchanged, skipping Java build [INFO] Compiling Android Resources… This could take some time [ERROR] /Users/olivier/Dev/android-sdk-mac_86 2/platforms/android-4/tools/aapt AndroidManifest.xml:2: Tag <manifest> attribute package has invalid character '*'. [ERROR] /Users/olivier/Dev/android-sdk-mac_86 2/tools/apkbuilder -z file is not found [ERROR] /Users/olivier/Dev/android-sdk-mac_86 2/tools/zipalign Unable to open '/Users/olivier/Dev/KitchenSink/KitchenSink/KitchenSink/build/android/bin/app.apk' as zip archive [ERROR] System Error while compiling Android classes.dex
Have you modified AndroidManifest.xml at all? Does it contain an asterisk? This is an invalid character according to the exception.
I don't recognise the " 2" (space and 2) in the following error, although admittedly I'm on ubuntu so it may be different for you:
[ERROR] /Users/olivier/Dev/android-sdk-mac_86 2/tools/zipalign
Thus, check that your path to the SDK is correct, on Titanium Developer's "Edit Profile" page.
Also, on the Project/Edit tab, click the "Save Changes" button, which will force your app to rebuild.
If all else fails, delete the contents of your $PROJECT/build/android/<subdir>/* directories (bin, src, lib etc) and relaunch your app.
The problem lies in the definition of the application id. As noted in my comment, iPhone allows an app id with a "", Android, being a java platform, does not allow packages to have a "". The desktop should flag this or/and allow defining a specific package for Android.