Android : Eclipse - Unknown Error - SDK Is Not Loaded Yet - Upgrade Failed
May 13, 2009
Not sure what is going on. Running Windows Vista x64. Not had really any problems with eclipse. I had to upgrade to 1.5 and when I did that I got all kinds of install errors. So I said 'f-it'. I decided to start over and downloaded the 1.5SDK, downloaded the Eclipse for Java, Not Eclipse classic (someone said that was an issue). So now I have Eclipse for Java (or something to that name). Each time I try to compile it says 'Unknown Error: SDK is not loaded yet'
I have an Orange branded Hero and just tried to upgrade from build 188.8.131.52 (Firmware 1.5) to ROM Version:184.108.40.206 as I believe this is necessary in order to get the latest version of Android (2.1). Right at the start of the upgrade process I get an error message saying
Error  unknown error. The ROM Update Utility cannot update your Android phone. Please get the correct ROM Update Utility and try again. I rang Orange and they couldn't help. I managed to speak to someone who understood the information I was telling him but he was not able to help other than do a Google search whilst I was on the phone to him. The suggestion was that the internal phone storage is insufficient to handle the 103MB image size of the upgrade file. I have now deleted all my apps (after backing them up) and have 123MB internal phone storage available space which should easily be enough but I'm still getting the error.
I am getting an error in my Problems tab for my Android Project in Eclipse. The error is "Android Packaging Problem" with an Unknown location. Unknown Error NullPointerException
I cannot determine what this problem is. My project was working a few hours ago. The only change I made was to add a public interface ITrackDao to my project and implement it. There are no errors associated with this. I am not even sure where to begin to look. I cannot launch the application.
I just recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy GT-17500L (its a Bell Canada phone). After purchasing the phone (which was originally unlocked) I bought a Solo mobile sim-card, which was needed in order to use the phone on my Solo monthly plan. Everything was working fine until I decided to try and update the firmware from 1.5 to 1.6; unfortunately, like a few others from Canada, I didn't properly read the guide and after the upgrade, the phone was "re-locked" and wasn't accepting my sim-card. After going through the guide posted on Pg.4 here (Bell Canada users and Brazilian Users - Galaxy 7500L (notice the L)), with the help of Rasta-Man FB posts and others, I was able to get my phone back to the original firmware, but now I'm having reception issues. The phone will at times pick up the Solo Netowork (I'm still using the original solo sim card), but then drop it after 10 minutes and just say there is no service. When I search for networks, it recognizes the Solo one (I'm guessing b/c of the S.C) but it isn't able to connect.
I am trying to learn Android development, so I downloaded Eclipse Galileo and the Android SDK. However, whenever I start Eclipse, I get the error message "Failed to parse the output of adb version." In the Console/DDMS pane, the debug output reads:[2010-06-07 20:15:13 - ddms]Failed to reopen debug port for Selected Client to: 8700 [2010-06-07 20:15:13 - ddms]Address family not supported by protocol family: bind java.net.SocketException: Address family not supported by protocol family: bind at sun.nio.ch.Net.bind(Native Method) at sun.nio.ch.ServerSocketChannelImpl.bind(Unknown Source) at sun.nio.ch.ServerSocketAdaptor.bind(Unknown Source) at sun.nio.ch.ServerSocketAdaptor.bind(Unknown Source) at com.android.ddmlib.MonitorThread.reopenDebugSelectedPort(Unknown Source) at com.android.ddmlib.MonitorThread.run(Unknown Source)[2010-06-07 20:15:17 - adb]Failed to parse the output of 'adb version'I am running Eclipse Galileo, have the most recent Android SDK downloaded, and am running Windows Vista 32-bit SP2. I am sure that the Android SDK path is correct and that all the files are there.I would appreciate any assistance anyone could provide.P.S.--If anyone could direct me to any useful Android development resources.
When the service is first called and no MediaPlayer-object exists, the stream is started correctly. But when the onStart()-method is called again (with the player streaming) I get the above error code. I can't find any information about this error code, so I turn to you for help. Replacing mp.pause() with mp.stop() makes it work. Could it be that the stream does not support pausing? It's an online radio stream (RTSP) in the SDP format.
I have just set-up the AndroidSDK in Eclipse in linux. Everything was going smoothly until I hit the final run that would run the emulator and start the application. I came up with an "[2009-08-29 10:28:35 - HelloAndroid] Unknown error: " Is their a way to run the emulator by itself just to check if its that?
Did anybody encounter the RuntimeException with the message "Unknown error"?
java.lang.RuntimeException: Unknown error at android.os.Process.setProcessGroup(Native Method) at android.app.ActivityThread.handleChangeTopApp(ActivityThread.java:3663) at android.app.ActivityThread.access$4100(ActivityThread.java:126) at android.app.ActivityThread$H.handleMessage(ActivityThread.java:2039) at android.os.Handler.dispatchMessage(Handler.java:99) at android.os.Looper.loop(Looper.java:123) at android.app.ActivityThread.main(ActivityThread.java:4595) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invokeNative(Native Method) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:521) at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit$MethodAndArgsCaller.run(ZygoteInit.java: 860) at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.main(ZygoteInit.java:618) at dalvik.system.NativeStart.main(Native Method)
I've moved some of my common code into a library project so that multiple projects can access it. I created an empty project, set it to be a library in the properties screen, then imported some classes. Next, I created a new (non library) project and added my new library project to it. Immediately upon rebuild, I get the following error: ERROR: Unknown option '--auto-add-overlay' Android Asset Packaging Tool
I am in need of help to complete my application. I am trying to execute a project that uses and android library. Basically I am trying to execute the android facebook sdk to run the sample code provided at http://github.com/facebook/facebook-android-sdk 1. I have downloaded the sdk and extracted the zip file to a folder 2. I used Eclipse galileo import to create an android project from existing resource. I imported the sdk source code (facebook folder of the sdk) into my project explorer successfully. I can also run Build Project for this source code. 3. Now, I am trying to import the sample example in it. The project is imported but I cannot execute it. I cannot build the project. Code...
We have a number of users experiencing crashes with our apps on Hero type phones (hero, droid eris, etc.). After some debugging, it appears that they upgraded the app, but that the phone somehow cached the old version of the AndroidManifest. For instance, the app version is still reported as one less than the latest, and the crash is caused by the phone not seeing a new activity in the Manifest (which is true for the old version manifest, but the new manifest of course has the activity defined). This seems to be limited to Hero phones, but we've seen it on all types (tmeu hero, verizon desirec, etc.). Is there any way to fix this besides spending many characters of the limited description size on something like "Hero users: please uninstall before upgrading"? Will there be a Hero fix to fix this behavior?
Eclipse is showing an error (little red "x" next to my project name), but there is no error shown in any files meaning there is no corresponding "x" next to any file...nothing. When I try to run it, it says, "Your project contains error(s), please fix them before running your application."You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Android Developers" group.
I've just set up my first Android development environment consisting of
Eclipse 3.5 Mac OSX 10.5 Android SDK for x86 macs ADT Eclipse plugin 0.9.6
I've set set $PATH to my SDK/tools directory (which shouldn't matter if I only use Eclipse right?) and started Eclipse, but when I try to set the path to the SDK in Eclipse, i get the error "parseSdkContent failed". The stack trace of from the thrown exception is
I can't see that I've missed anything in the setup process, according to the instructions it should basically just work out of the box. Any ideas as to why this might fail?
I have been having trouble updating my PRL (esp. to get the battery fix without switching to airplane mode, since it messes up with the GPS) I have tried it with good/bad reception and I always get the same message "unknown error". Is it a deal breaker (should I return/exchange my Epic? Does the Airplane on/off fix messes up with the GPS permanently?
Sometime in the last couple days i've not been able to install any apps from the market or amazon. They show they are downloading just fine, but Installation always fails. I click on the details and get the "unknown reason -110 " The only thing I've done different is buy aThrive tablet and log into all my gmail and market stuff.
Ok not sure where I'm going wrong. Here's everything I have done. Starting with stock DX
- Used UniversalRoot to gain root access - Installed and ran Titanium Backup, backup saved to SDcard - Reran UniversalRoot and unrooted - Flashed with SBF, seemed successful but my user data was still intact - Booted to stock system recovery, wiped data/factory reset & wipe cache - apply sdcard:update.zip
Just allowed eclipse to uprade the emulator. Re-booted (eclipse and the PC) and now I get this error whenever I try to run any android configuration. Error Thu May 20 15:32:45 PDT 2010 Problems occurred when invoking code from plug-in: "org.eclipse.jface".
Recently I have successfully upgrade my Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 to Jelly Bean 4.2.2
my friend to upgrade his.
However, I got stuck.
Below is the sequence I performed before I got stuck: 1. The Tab was on firmware 2.3.3 version 2. I root and install clockworkmod using CF-Root-TAB7_XX_OXA_JQ1-v3.3-CWM3RFS file. 3. I performed backup 4. Then I follow the instruction written in one of the site for upgrade to Jelly Bean 4.2.2 i.e. wipe data/factory reset and "wipe cache partition and wipe Dalvik cache. 5. Load CM10.1 Android 4.2.2 custom ROM 6. Then it reboot to Cyanogen but I had trouble to load google app package. tried a couple of time it went back to main menu. 7. This is when thing went wrong. I restore back from the back up I did earlier. Restore was successful but reboot and hang. 8. Then I powered off again. Restart using (power and volume +) then I've got error message such as E: unknown volume for path [/system], E: unknown process volume! Skipping... E: unknown volume for path [/ data] etc, etc...
I'm having trouble with the drivers, just like many others. Now, when trying to uninstall so I can reinstall, I get: Unknown install error. Contact to distributors. Then when I click OK, I get: Fatal error during install.
Just installed JB, but a bunch of apps didn't restore (including Titanium Backup) and won't let me install from the Play Store. I can watch it download the app, but then it throws the error and won't install.
My phone wont boot up its a samsung exhibit 4g and it running gingerbread 2.3.3 it says firmware upgrade failed tried everything only post if you have a link or know what your doing im now stuck on blackberry with out my presious bikerace game.
I used insecure boot and root trying to root my phone, which was a huge mistake as i noticed a few minutes later since i cant startup anymore and only get into bootloader.
Now I'm trying to flash my stock rom back.
My CID is VODAP102 and my Version is 220.127.116.11 so i downloaded the rom and tried "fastboot flash boot boot.img" the result is: sending 'boot' <8192 KB>... FAILED <data transfer failure <Unknown error>> finished. total time: 0.158s
I have received the following error when trying to install packages through the SDK and AVD manager tool: XML verification failed for http://dl-ssl.google.com /android/repository/ repository.xml. Error: The markup declarations contained or pointed to by the document type declaration must be well-formed. I have downloaded the latest versions of the Android SDK and AVD manager (revision 5), Eclipse IDE for Java EE developers (version 1.2.2), and the ADT (0.9.6). I have checked the Force https box in the settings tab, I also have both an http and https version of the same url. I re-downloaded all components multiple times. I am using Windows XP service pack 3. Anything anyone could suggest would be extremely helpful. You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Android Developers" group. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com To unsubscribe from this group, send email to android-developers +unsubscribe @googlegroups.com For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers?hl=en