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Titanium Mobile installation issues // iPhone SDK not recognized!

I just freshly installed the iPhone SDK 3.1.3 on a clean MacBook Pro using the default settings. Unfortunately Titanium Mobile does not find the SDK installation :-(

But I can use XCode and develop iPhone apps directly without any problems, so it seems to be installed correctly (under Developer)?

Having also trouble with my Android 2.1 SDK … The simulator starts but the KitchenSink example will not install/show up on the device. Will try to downgrade to older version of Android SDK.


Greets, Wolfgang

— asked March 29th 2010 by Wolfgang Frank
  • android
  • install
  • iphone
  • kitchensink
  • sdk

3 Answers

  • Accepted Answer

    Make sure Developer has you upgraded to 1.1.2 for Mobile SDK. I think they may have addressed some things with the older iPhone SDK. You may need to go ahead and get the 3.2 iPhone SDK.

    For Android, please get me a Trace level log and put the results in a pastie if everything is installed correctly, it's usually the path to the SDK on your profile page. It must point and the root of the SDK and not into the platform folders.

    — answered March 29th 2010 by Don Thorp
  • Try deleting Ti Developer and reinstall again?

    — answered March 29th 2010 by Peter Lum
  • Unfortunately this didn't help …

    Getting same message: "You must have iPhone SDK installed. We couldn't find it!"

    But SDK 3.1.3 it is definitely installed properly (default installer setting) and works just fine standalone.

    Suggestions are welcome … :-)


    — answered March 29th 2010 by Wolfgang Frank
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