Android :: App Is Getting - Trouble Processing - Error

Aug 10, 2010

My android app was running ok under Eclipse, then I tried to add some GridView sample code from some online examples and now it will not build/run anymore.

I keep getting the major error:

CODE:..

Attempt to include a core VM class in something other than a core library.

I have never put anything to do with 'SocketFactory' in any of my code. I searched all of my code and can't find any code that I did that contains the SocketFactory.class.

I deleted my xml's and classes that I was working on that had to do with the GridView and reverted back to the code I had before, when it was running - but now I continue to get the above error. I even try to use 'Clean' but the error continues. Does anyone know what I should do about this error?

Android :: app is getting - Trouble Processing - error


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Sep 16, 2010

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Mar 8, 2010

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Sep 11, 2009

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Feb 28, 2012

There some apps that when you turn off the screen it just stops, freezes... How to turn off the screen but make the device think that it's on? I wanna leave it for all night, but I don't wanna leave the screen on...

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Nov 6, 2010

I've a problem with my android application.
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Jan 16, 2012

I have a Q:

I am coming from the graphic design and Photoshop and I knew few things about camera and image processing and after looking in the camera app on android I cant find good app that can just take a pic without processing! (sharpening, noise redaction, etc)

I wonder why no 1 made such app that gives the user option to take the natural photo prom the sensor without the stupid image processing algorithm!

I want the natural photo and edit it later in pro software (Photoshop)

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