Android :: R File Not Generating Automatically / What Is Reason?
Dec 8, 2009
After i created my project. The R file is not generating. I need to build the application to create that R file. After i add any image or string. It is not automatically adding in R file. I need to build another time to generate that code in R file. what is the reason?
Suddenly my R file has stopped generating. It has deleted itself and won't come back. In eclipse, I have all the latest updates to the sdk and the plugging. Has this ever happened to anyone else before, how do you fix it?! I have tried restarting, cleaning the project, rebuilding, doing the Android->fix project properties.
I generated a new android project in eclipse. I then copied all the files from chapter 3 in my book over to the project. After doing so the R.anything is not available and the resource file is missing. I try to clean the project and generate it but it isn't working. What I can do to fix this error?
I created an Android project a few months ago and now have to automate the build process with Hudson. The Android dev guide mentions a build.xml file that gets created when you generate a project (http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/other-ide.html) but I dont see one in my project. Will I have to create this by hand or can I run a command to generate it?
I am trying to publish my first Android application, and therefore need to sign the app with a keystore. At first everything goes well. I type the following into the command prompt: keytool -genkey -v -keystore testKeystore.keystore -alias testKeystore -keyalg RSA -validity 10000. I answer the several questions that follow, but after the last question, I get the following error. keytool error: java.io.FileNotFoundException: testKeystore.keystore [Access is denied] Maybe I am doing some silly mistake, but I have followed several guides on the internet on how to make a keystore, and I thought that was all there was to it?
I'm trying to generate the MD5 Fingerprint I will use with the release of my application. I used Eclipse to Compile and Sign my application, which gave me a keystore file and a .apk file. Now i need to generate the MD5 for my MapViews. I tried using the cmd prompt to generate it, but everytime it states that no such file exists. Is there somewhere special i need to be storing the keystore so the keytool has access to it? Also, once i get the MD5 fingerprint, all i have to do is insert it and re-compile and sign my application (the same way i previously did it). Am i correct on that assumption? I've read through the developer docs and I'm still unclear on the whole process.
I renamed the package in the manifest from com.a to com.a.beta in order to upload a different version to the Android Market.
In the manifest I changed the referenced entities (services, activities etc.) to use the fully qualified name "com.a.X" instead of just ".X". Of course the code still references com.a.R, so there is lots of errors in Eclipse. My expectation would have been though that R.java will be regenerated in com.a.beta. But it is not generated at all.
I am trying to add some updates to an already released application but something has happened with my workspace that prevents me from Running or Exporting the application. I keep getting the following code...
You think it would be an easy fix but I looked into the HDPI drawables folder and there were no doubles. I even went as far as to delete the entire folder and the error still appears. Anyone got any clever ideas?
I would like to be able to generate unique serial numbers for each Android device for use in unlocking an application. How could I do this? EDIT: The reason is I want to revamp a paid application and provide users who have paid for the old version, which will have a different package name, a way to obtain the full version by downloading an unlikable free version of the application. I would push an update to the old version that would generate and display the code that they could enter to turn the Free version into a fully functional version.
I'm working on an Android class that extends MapActivity. I have set the OnTouchListener and everything works okay for the first MotionEvent. After the first MotionEvent, the system stops either generating MotionEvents or receiving them or both.
Does anybody know what I have to do to keep receiving MotionEvents?
1. How do you programmatically generate key strokes? I found some tutorials where it says to use IWindowManager, but that doesn't exist anymore in 1.5. (And WindowManager doesn't provide any function to generate key strokes)
2. How do you programmatically select one item from a ListView? Is it possible to do it with the index of the list item (it's position in the list)
I put two projects into Eclipse, called Project1 and Project2.Project1 is independent, but Project2 must be dependent to Project1.When I build the Project2, the error msg comes like this: Error generating final archive: duplicate entry: AndroidManifest.xml
I'm creating a 2d game and have run into another problem. I use array lists for generating everything that has multiple instances, background images, foreground images, enemies, etc. The problem I have is if I choose to generate any more than a certain number of any given object I get an arrayindexoutofboundsexception even though the code works fine with lower numbers. For the background images that are larger, the number seems to be lower (about 40). for enemies, which are smaller, the limit is more (about 150). I don't believe I'm out of memory as I'm not getting that error.
generation code Y=0 last = 13
The above codes work if the variable is lower. But sends the error as soon as it goes above a certain number.
I was just wondering, theres a lot of people who sell unlock codes for htc. But they must get them from somewhere, somehow. were living in 21st century and everything can be hacked / cracked, so is there a tool similar to a KeyGen which can generate unlock codes for htc? I think there must be one somewhere.
CC [M] drivers/net/wireless/bcmdhd/wl_cfgp2p.o drivers/net/wireless/bcmdhd/wl_cfgp2p.c: In function 'wl_cfgp2p_act_frm_search': drivers/net/wireless/bcmdhd/wl_cfgp2p.c:769:31: error: array subscript is above array bounds [-Werror=array-bounds][code].....
I'm very interested in the Droid Pro due to the form factor. Is there any reason (NOT keyboard or screen related) that I should consider other Droids as a better option? I have no experience at all with Android devices, so I'm here for some assistance.
I am a fan of T-Mobile. I like the ability to pop out my SIM card, and pop it in the next phone of choice, bringing everything with me. This is especially handy due to the fact that I work on a naval base tha does not permit cameraphones of any kind. I like T-Mobile's customer service. They are always polite and know what the hell they are talking about. I'm pondering getting a Galaxy S for T-Mobile.On the other hand, Verizon's new Droid X looks amazing. I love that 4.3" screen. (had the HTC HD2 with the 4.3". Loved it) I would mention the processor and other features, but it seems these two phones, minus the physical keyboard I don't care about, are close to par.Verizon, I must begrudgingly say, also have better coverage where I live. This Droid almost looks appealing emough to stay with Verizon and upgrade.So, do I get the phone I'll probably like more, or get an almost as nice phone with the ability to remove my SIM and have a crappy phone at least at work. ( keep in mind that I have access to a landline at all times at work, anyway.)
This question has been asked(and answered) many times about dynamically generating and loading java bytecodes at runtime into a running Dalvik VM, but is there any way to load dex files/bytecodes into an app at runtime?
I'm having a weird problem. When I try to update my DatePicker it crashes, but I dont understand why. Via the debugger I could see the date function is filled the way it should be. Do you guys see the problem? String date = dateofbirthNode.getStringValue().split("/"); // "12/31/1969" DatePicker dateofbirthView = (DatePicker)findViewById (R.id.editprofile_dateofbirth_picker); dateofbirthView.init(Integer.parseInt(date), Integer.parseInt(date ), Integer.parseInt(date), null)Code...
I have publish a app with this AndroidManifest.xml code...
and with publish option Copy Protection = ON(Helps prevent copying of this application from the device. Increases the amount of memory on the phone required to install the application.), Locations = all Locations but i found that some device can't find it in market , it including Acer liquid, sony ericsson x10 mini pro, and even a Sansung Galaxy S Any suggestion?
I am trying to update Android SDK on Windows XP. For that I open Android SDK and ADV manager and try to get available updates. The HTTPS SSL error appears. Then I go to settings, uncheck the "force https...", then add new site "http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/ repository.xml" (the same as default but with HTTP protocol) then again try to get available updates.
After this step I get the weird error:
XML verification failed for http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml. Error: cvc-elt.1: Cannot find the declaration of element 'sdk:sdk- repository'. Failed to fetch URL http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml, reason: Unknown
Does anybody know what is the reason of this error? This happens on all SDKs I have on my PC: Android 1.6_r1 and 2.0_r3