Android :: Running App On Windows / Developed On Linux

May 25, 2010

I want to run an Android application on Windows using eclipse that has been already developed on Linux OS. I tried to copy the source/res and menifest file of Android application form linux and started creating a new project on windows. I tried to replace the source/res and menifest of newly created Project on windows with one on linux. It was unable to generate R.java file.I wonder if java is portable accross platform then why I couldn't create and compile a new project on Windows from Linux.

Android :: Running app on windows / Developed on Linux


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available for download on Download QtADB

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Some screenshots of app (Windows):

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Download the "eclipse-java-ganymede-SR1-linux-gtk-x86_64.tar.gz" eclipse.org. The version from Fedora repository doesn't work due to incompatible packages / versions. Make sure you have the Open JDK available and that Eclipse is using that one instead of the gjc.

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The last line of $ANDROID_SDK1.1R1/tools/ddms has a - Djava.library.path entry pointing to 32 bit eclipse libraries which couldn't be used. So I renamed the library property so it wouldn't be read and instead use the 64 bit eclipse versions.

exec "$java_cmd" -d64 -Xmx256M $os_opts $java_debug - Djava.ext.dirs="$frameworkdir" -Djava.dummy.library.path="$libdir" - Dcom.android.ddms.bindir="$progdir" -jar "$jarpath" "$@"

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I made a great app that runs great on android phones.It was obviously written in java.I am wondering now that I have the .apk file is there away to run it on a windows mobile phone.

My friend really likes it alot when he tried it on my android phone.He has however windows mobile phone.

Since it was written in java and runs on the dalvik VM I was wondering if there is a windows mobile phone app that allows you to run a .apk java based android phone app?

In theory all that would have to be done is allow windows mobile to load a dalvik VM to run the .apk file / .dex code.I don't have to reinvent the app for windows that would take alot more work

At that point I would probably be will to take a stab at getting a copy of the dalvik VM if it is not to tied down to the android os and writting on for windows phones to use http:/[url]....

ALso not only would it have to support the dalvik VM but also the android sdk functions...So more like an emulator of the whole android os... so I think maybe it would be even harder then just getting the dalvik VM running because you would have to also get the android os functions emulated as well ... i.e the android sdk... so more like a total android port instead of just a VM port.

Darn I don't think this is as easy unless of course you where just coding an app with a standard more universally excepted package like the J2ME then it would probably be a straight VM port but in that case J2ME is not really supported on the android any way....

So I think forget it for now until the phones are not so dependent on there sdk's / native code ,...etc. I don't blame java since it really is dalivk VM's fault and the fact that on an android the VM code is almost like native os code in that the functions are tied to the underlying machine code/sdk . As opposed to being more portable like a regular java VM.

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in one terminal tail and follow log messages
~$ tail -f /var/log/messages

In another terminal run the loop

Then

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