Android :: SDK Target Must Be Specified When Creating New Project

May 3, 2010

While trying to create a new Android Project., Get a error - An SDK Target must be specified. The documentation states that - "Under Target, select an Android target to be used as the project's Build Target. The Build Target specifies which Android platform you'd like your application built against." However in my case The Build Target section of the open dialog does not contain any text field or select dropdown, so I am not able to specify anything.

Android :: SDK Target must be specified when Creating new Project


Android : Cannot Select Target When Creating New Project / Way To Fix

Mar 25, 2010

I am not able to select build target when i create new project in android eclipse on mac system.

I have installed eclipse-java-cocoa 32 bit version and ADT-0.96 version. This was a fresh installation and i also installed AVD and SDK Manager and have created 2 avd's.

I tried creating bash profile. Even then i am not able to select build target,,the targets are not visible at all. I have attached image to show how it looks in eclipse.

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Android :: Project - Build Target Show No Target Available

Feb 23, 2010

I installed newst Android, JDK, Jer and eclipse. Than I tryed to build android project. But "build target" show "no target available". I looked at internet, they said I should run "Android SDK and AVD manager", I runed it but get follow message: Failed to fetch URL https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml, reason: No route to host: connect

I read this group's conversation that suggest to use http not https, I tried it but still can not run Available Packages.

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No Properties And Build Target In New Android Project

Feb 15, 2012

i recently installed eclipse 3.5.2, sdk platform andoid 1.6, api 4 revision 4 and google APIs by google inc. i also set the path for sdk. but everytime i tried clicking the new android project, the build target and project doesn't show up. the only thing that appears is the 'Project Name', 'the location', and the working set.

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Android :: Change Target Build On Droid Project?

Jul 27, 2010

I currently have an Android project in Eclipse.

I created it with a target build of 1.5 (sdk 3).

Now I want to change it so that it has a minSdk of 3 and targetSdk of 8.

To do this I see that I must build against the newest SDK (2.2)

To do this in Eclipse I right click on my project, go to properties, click on Android and change the project build target to Android 2.2 and click apply and then ok.

However this appears to have no affect and when I try it again the target build is set back at Android 1.5.

Am I missing a step or something?

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Android :: Target 'droid 1.5' Does Not Support Building Project With Libraries / What Gives?

Aug 6, 2010

I'm trying to build a project in Android 1.5 that references another Android (library) project compiled against Android 1.5 and I keep seeing this error in the Console in Eclipse:

Target 'Android 1.5' does not support building project with libraries.

I'm running Eclipse 3.5, and version 0.9.7 of the ADT.

I followed the instructions here:

http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/eclipse-adt.html

What gives?

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Android : Build Target Cant Be Selected In Eclipse / Way To Create Project?

Nov 8, 2010

I followed these tutorials to set up a Hello World Android app. But when I create a new java project I can't select a build target. It just says no targets available in the target selection box. I have confirmed that I am not having the UI issue described here (http://blog.rowancrane.com/2009/12/27/eclipse-new-android-project-cant-select-build-type-target), I actually have a message in the box saying there are no targets instead of an empty box. I also am using 1920x1080 res.

I'm guessing that eclipse is just not aware of my Android Targets? I installed them in the android SDK manager and see them listed under installed packages in the Android SDK manager (1.1, 1.6, ..., 2.2)

http://fyi.oreilly.com/2009/02/setting-up-your-android-develo.html
http://developer.android.com/resources/tutorials/hello-world.html

Any suggestions on how I can create the project and get started?

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Eclipse - Can't Change Project Build Target

Mar 3, 2011

My Android project in Eclipse has a build target of Android 1.5. I am trying to change the "project build target" by Windows --> Preferences --> Android. I select a different Target Name like "Android 2.2". I click Apply and OK. When I go back in the build target is still "Android 1.5".

I am using Eclipse Galileo and have recently upgrade to the latest ADT Plugin and SDK.

This always worked before the upgrade. Why Eclipse is not changing the "project build target"?

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Android :: Can't Pick Build Target When Importing Droid Project From Existing Source

Oct 27, 2010

I'm trying to import an Android project into my Eclipse workspace, using existing source code. When I point Eclipse to my existing source location, it doesn't populate the Build Target area on the New Android Project dialog. Why isn't it letting me pick a build target?

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Android :: Creating A Web Service Project

Aug 4, 2010

How do I start a project wherein I can design an application which fetches weather forecasts from existing web sites?

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Android :: Got Error While Creating Project In Eclipse 3.6.1

Nov 10, 2010

I got the following error on error log,"conversion to dalvik format failed with error 1" How to resolve this issue?

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Android :: Creating A Stub Of An Activity In Testing Project

Jul 22, 2010

I want to create a stub of one of my Activities, but I want to keep it in the test project so not to have it in the actual apk. I don't seem to be able to find a way to do it though. I get this:

java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to resolve activity for: Intent { act=android.intent.action.MAIN flg=0x10000000 cmp=com.example.test.StubActivity }

I did find if I put it in the main project and put it in the manifest accordingly (IntentFilter:(Action:Main, Category:Default)) it will work, well it actually crashed, but I am not bothered by that. Something to fix later on.I did think about putting everything in the same main project and just have a test package, but that would then involve messing the manifest, I think. It seems better to keep them separate. It's just cleaner.

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Android :: Creating Executable File From Working Project With Eclipse

Jul 7, 2010

I've been trying to export it to a jar file but as there is no main method in my app this doesn't work. Can someone tell me how to create this executable? the executable is to run the emulator and app both in computer not at phone!

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Android : Creating JUnit Project Or Test Source Folder

Mar 7, 2010

There is an option to create an Android JUnit Project.As far as I am aware the other way is to create a folder in the same project called test which contains the same package name as the existing project.What are the differences between these two methods.

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Android :: Differences In Building For Target 2 And Target 3 In 1.5 Sdk

Oct 7, 2009

What are the differences between building for target 2 (no gmaps add on) and target 3 (with gmaps addon).

Could any one has the ant scripts to bulids for these targets.

I see 1.5 SDK does these though custom ant tasks rather than 1.1 ant scripts (this was more clear and apperant on how it does the build)

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Android :: Project Contains Errors - Eclipse Won't Compile Project

Mar 21, 2010

Somethings I'll have an? .xml file selected when I compile a project, only to have a? .out.xml generated. Deleting the file doesn't clear the error, and Eclipse won't compile the project. It just reports that your project contains errors. The solution is to go to Project/Clean. This will clear the error in the project and allow it to compile.

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Android :: Get Project And Std Java Project To Play Nice?

Aug 11, 2010

I can now get our Android project to talk to our non-Android project. But there's still an issue: I are trying to have an Android class call a non Android Hello World class. I tried compiling our non-Android Hello World class in a separate Eclipse workspace. I then packaged it into a jar. I imported that jar into our Android Hello World class.

I then called one of the methods in the non-Android Hello World class. When I ran the Android Hello World class as an Android application, the following runtime error occurred. Here are the Android debug logs:

08-11 09:07:56.764: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(333): FATAL EXCEPTION: main
08-11 09:07:56.764: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(333): java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError
08-11 09:07:56.764: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(333): at com.hello2.hello2.onCreate(hello2.java:27)
08-11 09:07:56.764: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(333): at android.app.Instrumentation.callActivityOnCreate(I nstrumentation.java:1047).....................

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Android :: Reference Project Library From Another Project

Jun 6, 2010

I have 2 android projects out of which I modified one to work as a library. I want the main project to refer to this library to perform few functions. While this scenario works just as expected, I want to introduce one more functionality. I want to link this library project with another just a java project which has code common to both Android and Blackberry applications. This second part however doesn't seem to work and throws "The application <appname> (<package name>) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again" with a ForceClose button. I would greatly appreciate if someone can give a brief information on how to make this work.

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Android : How To Add Project Reference To Droid Project?

Jan 25, 2010

I am a C# developer and getting started with Android. I am attempting to duplicate a couple applications I already have in VS. The project is made of 2 executables and 1 common assembly. The 2 executables contain the application specific logic while the common contains centralized forms and logic (such as login form). I am using Eclipse. So how can I accomplish this layout?

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Android :: R.java File From Android Library Project Not Importing Into Application Project

Aug 8, 2010

I followed the instructions here on how to create an Android library project, and use it in an Android application:

http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/eclipse-adt.html

But it is not working. I can see the library project is added to my application but I cannot reference anything in it because it won't build. The R.java file from the lib is NOT being added to my application project, so the lib project contains tons of errors, everywhere it tries to reference it's own R.java file.

I don't know if this has anything to do with it, but in the console there are messages stating that the there is "No resource identifier found for attribute 'X' in package 'Lib Package'. My library package has a a few styleable attributes defined for a custom view I made, all of which are being complained about in this console message. The library builds just fine, and I don't get those messages in the console until I hook the library to my application, so I don't know what's up with this.

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Android :: Add Library Project To Project?

Sep 15, 2010

When I right click the project in the eclipse, select "Properties". In the property page, select Android. According to the document, you can add the library project through that page. But my problem is that, there is no library information on the page. It only lists "project build target"

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Android :: Use Library Project In Other Project

Jul 19, 2010

I have created a library project. When I use the library project in other project, it compiles. How ever, when I run the application, it always get the error "The application has stopped unexpectly.".

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Android :: How Can A Code In Library Project Call Code In App Project?

Oct 8, 2010

In an effort to reduce duplication, I have my app's workspace split into 3 projects:
Main (A library project, where all of the common code lives)
Free (To make the free version)
Paid (To make the paid version)
Behavior in the free version and the paid version must differ sometimes. How can I "call into" the final projects from the library project? Here is some sample psuedo-code to illustrate my question: Code...

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Android :: There Is NO AVD Target?

Oct 30, 2009

Trying to set up my eclipse envirnment to actually be able to try some things out on android...

I've installed the sdk, put it in my path variable, installed the ADT, downloaded the "developer tools" from the eclpise menu..

But... Then I go to the command line, navigate to the tools folder of my sdk, and run "android create avd --target 2 --name mine"

and I get this "error":

Error: Target id is not valid. Use 'android.bat list targets' to get the target ids.

So, I of course happily run the 'android.bat list targets' and get the following message!

"Available Android Targets:"

That's it. There are no targets.... I open the AVD window in eclipse, there are no targets... I click "New" in that window, and a target is required, but the drop down is disabled because there are NO AVD TARGETS.

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Android :: SDK Target Must Be Specified?

Jan 21, 2010

I'm really new at this. I'm following the book "Android" by O'Reilly press a little outdated, I'm using Pulsar for Mobile Java Developers. Build id: 20090920-1017 I go to File, New Project, Android, Android Project. I enter "Hello World" for Project Name. Then I get "An SDK Target must be specified." There is a check box but it says "no target specified". How do I get this resolved and how do I get to the command line?

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Android :: Target Not Available / How To Get

Feb 21, 2010

I downloaded Android most new version and downloaded most new eclipse, I plugin Android into eclipse. But when I make new Android project
"build target" tab, show "no target available" who can tell me how can I get a target?

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Android :: Create An AVD - No Target ID's

Jan 20, 2010

I'm trying to create an AVD, but I don't have any target ID's available. If I enter "android list targets" at the command prompt in the tools directory, I get an empty list.

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Android :: Target 1.1 With Early Look SDK

Apr 14, 2009

Is it safe to use the 1.5 early look SDK to build production apps for 1.1 targets? I want to start developing a cupcake branch of my software, just wondering if I'll need to switch back to using the stable SDK for production builds...

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Android :: Target Api 1.6 But Use Packages From 2.0 (safely)

Nov 25, 2009

My app targets 1.5, and runs fine on my phone (1.6), but to support droid, I need the package android.telephony.cdma from 2.0. Targeting 2.0 excludes the current devices running my app (including my own G1), but as it is now, I can't support the Droid.

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Android :: ADT Eclipse Plugin Won't Let Me Put In A Target

Mar 17, 2010

I've been trying to make a new Android project in Eclipse. But whenever I try to do so, it won't let me select a build target. Here's a screenshot: http://twitpic.com/198od6

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