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Old May 6th, 2010, 06:03 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Figured it - need to go to 'Android SDK and AVD Manager' under the Windows menu, and Install the Android SDK there.

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Hey,

First time poster. I'm a phd ME student and have done a bit of programming in C++ and matlab (kinda new to java though.) I just got the eris and have been messing with an ipod touch for a while. I'm extremely interested in making some apps and have found this an awesome place to start!

Just thought I would post up, that it might be a good idea to redo the first post of this thread to update. I had to do a bit of googling and digging through the posts to solve some of my issues.

Again, the format is awesome, could just use an update!!
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hey guys. so... i'm getting this error when i try the testrun. its saying that

"An SDK Target must be specified"

and ive gone into the sdk and avd downloader thing, and i can't get the updates to show... any ideas?

EDIT: NeverMind i got it.

How?? I get the same error message any time I try to create a new Android Project. How did you get past this? thanks
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Which Java JDK do I get? I do not see JDK 6 update 10. There is only update 19. I know how to program, but am still new to this, and want to make sure the update does not alter the functionality I need.

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thanks!!! This really, really helped me get everything downloaded and setup!!! thanks!!!!!! The last time I tried to do all this, my computer messed up and I had to completely reboot and restore my computer. This is much helpful!! Merci beaucouuuuppp!!!
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Default Anyone installed the tools to develop Android apps on Win 7 64bit?

I think I am figuring it out but it would be nice to have updated screen shots of the process. Has anyone packaged up all the files and created a script or anything to install eveything?

Is Eclipse the way I should be going? I went to Borders to get an Android book and there wasn't a single one in stock. And it looks like a few are on preorder status. I guess I'll have to hit up Amazon. Any suggestions for a new developer. I know VB and SQL but I imagine this will be an entirely new animal.
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Followed the guide and I got it up and running in no time on a win7 (x64) box!!!

Thanks!!! [would've definitely been lost without it.]
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Hi

edit ****sorted. I just went ahead and did it *****

First of all, thanks for the links etc etc.

I am stuck.

Where I need to create the path, It dosnt mention anything about about Java. Is has a path of

%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\Sy stem32\Wbem;C:\Program Files\ATI Technologies\ATI.ACE\

If I changed the above line to what it needs to be, would it have any detrimental effect??

Is it this that needs to be changed. See screen shot below. I have follwed everything to the letter so far

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Brilliant tutorial but I'm having a bit of a problem with the Android SDK.



As you can see I've tried both the https:// and http:// with the force option in settings, and also the http:// with respitory.xml at the end, still nothing. Really have no idea how to get around it. ;/

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Hi,
I'm trying to install a platform but when I type android the manager
loads then I click Available Software then select the
https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml repository
I get this error.,
Failed to fetch URL https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml,
reason: HTTPS SSL error. You might want to force download through HTTP
in the settings.

So I click the settings tab and select the force through http then
click apply and save then nothing happens it doesn't save it because
if i then close it and reload it the checkbox is unticked so it's not
even using the force through http method. I get the same error if i go
straight back to available software.

I'm using Fedora and wget can download the xml file using ssl so I
don't know why it's getting this https ssl error.

Any ideas anyone?
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I'm trying to set this up. When I get to the step to run the testrun project I get this error.

Path for project must have only one segment.

What do I need to do?
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I figured out what I was doing wrong.
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I figured out what I was doing wrong.
What were you doing wrong? I am getting the same error and cannot figure it out.

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I figured it out. I had to go to Project -> Properties and under Run/Debug Settings I had to Edit my configuration and add the Project name under the Android tab.
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I saw someone else having this same issue however no fix for it, i'm questioning my intelligence atm lol.

When i go to start eclipse, i get:

A Java Runtime Environment (JRE) or Java Development Kit (JDK) must be available in order to run Eclipse. No Java virtual machine was found after searching the following locations: C:\Eclipse\jre\bin\javaw.exe javaw.exe in your current PATH

do i just need to copy the java directories into the eclipse directory?
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For those having issues with win7 64 bit try downloading the 64 bit version of BOTH Eclipse and java and see if that cures your problems......

To set your PATH to where javaw.exe is located (Check your PC, it should be something like C>ProgramFiles>Java etc). Just add a link in the PATH variable which is located by clicking on Start then right click on Computer>Properties>Advanced System Settings>Environment Variables then in System Variables scroll down to PATH and Edit. Now add the PATH to the Javaw.exe to the end of the PATH (DO NOT OVERWRITE IT !!!!)

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How nice of the OP to just bail on this thread.
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Notsure Trouble Installing - Same Ol Problem...

I read this whole thread and saw that many people had the same problem I am having. I have been trying for a week to get this installed with no success. So hopefully I will find an answer and post it here for others.

Using: Vista Ultimate
What I have done so far...

1. Download and Install Android SDK (software development kit)
[url=http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html[/url]
Android SDK | Android Developers

2. Install Java... Go this website click on Java SE
Java SE Downloads - Sun Developer Network (SDN)


3. Install Eclipse
Eclipse downloads - file unavailable file=/technology/epp/downloads/release/helios/SR1/eclipse-java-helios-SR1-win32.zip

4. Went to: Control Panel, System Maintenance, System, Advanced System Settings, Environment Variables...
Scroll to "Path" choose Edit...
Add this ";d:\android\tools" to the end of line (not deleted/replaced the line)

*** I have no idea what #4 above does ***

My Android folder has a SDK Manager.exe icon in it which runs Android SDK AVD Manager

My Eclipse folder has an Eclipse.exe icon which runs Java Ecipse - Helios

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This is the end of the good news....
Here is the problem:

I went ran Eclipse...
Went to Help... Install New Software...

I added this site...
http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse
https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse
http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/site.xml
https://dl-ssl.google.com

None of these worked.

I tried unchecking the "Contact all update sites..." square like one poster recommended.

Other people recommended checking the the "Force site...", but it is not in Eclipse but rather in the Android SDK AVD Manager. I tried this to.

---------------------------------------------------------------------
That is it for now. If anyone has advice I would appreciate it.
If anyone out there is super frustrated, hang in there. If I get an answer I will post it.

---------------------------------------------------------------------

I am making forward progress....

You must use the Eclipse 3.5 version not the most current 3.6 version.
I installed classic 3.5 and it does not download from some sites, but does from this one...

http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/eclipse-classic-352/galileosr2

I also had to click the box that reads... "Contacts All The Sites..."

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Now I have a new problem...
I get an error message that reads...
"Location of the Android SDK has not been setup in the preferences"

If anyone knows how to set the location I would appreciate the help....

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i have done above steps properly and i have installed SDK properly.... my demo pgm is also running...but when i click on main.XML file. eclipse gets closed automatically.....
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@abhishek.bhise, not sure your exact problem, but be sure to use Eclipse Classic (not Eclipse Java). For example even the latest 3.6.1 works. (not sure, but maybe this is an issue for @Dont_panic too?) I just did a fresh install on another computer with that and even the latest JDK 6 Update 22 yesterday and it works.
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Default I tried installing Classic Eclipse.... no better....

I tried installing classic Eclipse but I still cannot get the remote update site to install. I appreciate the tip, I am willing to try anything.

The Classic Eclipse still reads "Java - Eclipse SDK" on the top.
Eclipse SDK
Version 3.6.1

The Java Eclipse reads "Java - Eclipse" on the top
Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
Version: Helios Service Release 1


Is either of these versions correct? What are all these version of Eclipse for?

I really want to get started programming in Android but I cannot get this installed.

Thanks for any help!
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Anyone know the "SDK Location:" of the root directory I should choose under Preferences on Eclipse? What am I looking for in the "Browse..." box?


"After restart, update your Eclipse preferences to point to the SDK root directory ($SDK_ROOT):

Select Window > Preferences… to open the Preferences panel. (Mac OS X: Eclipse > Preferences)

Select Android from the left panel.

For the SDK Location in the main panel, press Browse... and find the SDK root directory.

Press Apply, then OK"



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Got it... I used to location I installed Android SDK and it seems to have done some stuff....
D:\Android is what I used. May have been C:\Android or whatever for you.

I will try and make complete notes for when I have it all up and working in case anyone is as dumb as me and needs similar help.

Thanks for anyone who reads my postings... makes me feel like I am not alone in the Universe...
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One hurdle after another. I am really surprised at how hard this is to get up and running.

I have gotten much closer. I actually have Eclipse running and a Hello Android program typed into the window.

But I am getting this error message....
"Failed to initiate Monitor Thread: unable to establish loopback connection.

Anyone have any advice on how to correct this?

Do I have to run...
Android SDK manager.exe?
emulator.exe?

Does my Android phone have to be plugged in?
Is there any settings on the phone itself I need to make?

Thanks again!!
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Hi,

Thanks so much for this tutorial. I've been messing around for days trying to get this installed. I finally fixed the last bug which was the error saying that JVM 1.5 was not installed on my machine (it was!!). The way to fix this is to edit the eclipse.ini file, by adding the full path on your PC to the files called javaw.exe and jvm.dll. See my example below from the eclipse.ini file (text marked in bold is what I added to the file):

-startup
plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher_1.1.0.v20100507.jar
--launcher.library
plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.win32.win32.x86_1.1.1 .R36x_v20100810
-product
org.eclipse.epp.package.java.product
--launcher.defaultAction
openFile
--launcher.-vm
C:/Program Files/Java/jre6/bin/javaw.exe
-vm
C:/Program Files/Java/jre6/bin/client/jvm.dll
XXMaxPermSize
256M
-showsplash
org.eclipse.platform
--launcher.XXMaxPermSize
256m
--launcher.defaultAction
openFile
-vmargs
-Dosgi.requiredJavaVersion=1.5
-Xms40m
-Xmx384m

Regarding the android plugin, I couldn't get it to download straight from the web, so I downloaded it to my PC and then set the eclipse to get it from there instead of from the web.

Hope this helps someone out there!! Thanks again.
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Happy published "Hello Eclipse"-tutorial

Because I have finally solved my probs in starting Android-projects in Eclipse, after way too much time, and bothering way too many people, I have written a tutorial http://www.magicmojo-software.net/tutorials/
to help me remember how to do it ;-) and to help others getting started.
Hope this helps! Knowing this would have saved me lots of agro. Neither the "Official" Hello World-tutorial nor the book I bought have helped me much with this problem.
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Default Emulator Issues - Please Help

So I'm brand new to programming all together and I have a brand new Hello World app. Yay! So anyways, I go through the steps to create an Emulator and when i run the debug the emulator opens an presents a home screen, but alas there is no Hello World app anywhere, even in the app drawer. To make things even stranger, when i run the debug to my phone everything works perfectly. The app runs On my phone and also is in the app drawer. Anyone have any ideas why such a strange thing would happen?

using Eclipse 1.3.1 and the very latest Android SDK on a Windows 7 Ultimate machine.

Thanks!

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Hey folks, I got a problem with installing the Android SDK, it cannot find the JDK I have installed. I have installed the JDK and updated the Path in Environment Variables to point to it. I think it has something to do with the 64 Bit Vs 32 Bit. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium OS, 64 Bit. I have already downloaded Eclipse Helios, and that is running fine. Any ideas how I can get the Android SDK Installer to find the JDK?
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Graeme - I had the same problem.

Try downloading and installing Java SE 6 Update 24 JDK

Java SE Downloads
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I am having the same problem
i've installed eclipse in my computer and android plugin too!!!
but im not able to start a new android project because everytime it gives a warning at the time of filling activity name and all that!!
warning in red "SDK target must be located" and there is no way to do so!!
so plz help!
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Hi...
Finally I was able to install android sdk in eclipse thanks to the link

How to install Android SDK in Eclipse. | Ishank's Arena

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Any clues for those of us getting the same error?
everything is working perfect with me but when i run the testrun to check the eclipse n android working i can only see a black screen with Android written. it doesn't work further.
any suggestions?
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Ok this is probably a really stupid question...So I installed all the junk i need to install the SDK, I run the SDK set up installer and when it gets to the point where it checks for java JDK it says I dont have it? But I DO have it installed. What the deuce am I missing here??
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okay so i did basically everything you posted but on one of the final steps i got lost somewhere. when i go to file new project and selesct android project it wont let me select finish when i set up my project test run name. please help
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extremely sorry for bumping, but, when loading a new project, I get

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The SDK is still loading; please wait.
and it NEVERR loads. Please help!!!
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everything is working perfect with me but when i run the testrun to check the eclipse n android working i can only see a black screen with Android written. it doesn't work further.
any suggestions?
same problem here or it' normal ??? any suggestions.

PS thx mate for the guide
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Re Wiiboy4ever (12/19/11) post:

For me (on Win7 x64), I went into Eclipse's preferences (Window -> Preferences), selected the Android section, and checked the Android SDK location. Mine was blank. I filled in the path to where it was installed ("C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk") and hit Apply. It then filled in the available versions of Android that I had installed with the AVD manager.

After leaving that dialog, I retried creating a new project and no longer had the "The SDK is still loading." issue.

So, bottom line: make sure that Eclipse knows where the Android SDK is located.
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When I tried to run the testrun project, an error:
"No compatible targets were found. Do you wish to a add new Android Virtual Device?"

Anyone got the same problem?

XP SP3
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ManUtdFans: Have you added an AVD (with a proper target version? Or are you trying to run your project with an actual device?
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Hi there. This is a great tutorial even if it's a little old... I've tried to follow the steps but when I start Eclipse and try to go to Windows>Preferences>Android, there isn't the Android option on the left. What could have gone wrong?
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thank you for this tutorial
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Smile use this updated tutorial for setting up for android dev

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I used this tutorial for setting up everything for android development. Worked perfectly
Step by Step Guide to Getting Started With Android Application Development using Eclipse on Windows [With Pictures] ~ Dominant Wire
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