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unable to download/install mobile sdk 1.1.2

I am running Titanium Developer on OSX 10.6.2. From the looks of it, the program only ships with the 0.9.3 mobile sdk. When I click on the top right area and tell it to download mobile sdk 1.1.2, it downloads about 2/3 of the way, then hangs… then it appears to timeout and gives this message: "Download file extraction failed. Possibly it was corrupted or couldn't be properly downloaded."

After clicking Cancel, Titanium Developer is left with a broken install of the 1.1.2 mobile sdk, and no longer gives me the option to download it again.

How can I fix it so that it will install the 1.1.2 mobile sdk?

Thanks in advance!

— asked March 27th 2010 by Rafe Kemmis
  • 1.1.2
  • mobile
  • sdk

4 Answers

  • I ended up downloading the sdk zip file manually and then extracting it to where it needs to live. Looks as if that solved my problem.

    — answered March 27th 2010 by Rafe Kemmis
  • It seems I am having similar problem.
    Can you show me the process?
    Where did you get the sdk zip file?

    — answered March 27th 2010 by HC Yen
  • HC Yen - I ended up using Charles to get the URL that Titanium was trying to get the sdk file from. Then I pasted the url into firefox and it downloaded just fine.

    There must be some bugs in their downloader in Titanium.

    — answered March 30th 2010 by Rafe Kemmis
  • Please post the url for the SDK download, I can't find it through the web site

    — answered April 20th 2011 by Travis Dixon
    1 Comment
    • Travis

      There is no need to bump old and out-dated posts that relate to versions which are no longer supported.

      Instead, if you have a problem that you need help with, you are welcome to start a new question.

      Thank you

      — commented April 20th 2011 by Paul Dowsett
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