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Android / "The application stopped"

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Alain91
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Posted: 21st Dec 2012 19:18 Edited at: 21st Dec 2012 19:41
I try to make any android template running on my memup spc704CE (android 4.0.4) (eclipse + java 1.6)

I tried all templates I could found : tgs, AncientLAdy, ..
Compiling with severel android versions, ......

But the results are always the same errors : application stopped.

Any hint on this please ?
It is a really hard way to use agk on android...

Alain
Ancient Lady
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Posted: 21st Dec 2012 22:14
Standard Questions:
1. What version of AppGameKit are you using?
2. Did you compile in Windows MS Visual Studio first? (To make sure the basic app works.)
3. Are you running on an Android device or trying to use the Eclipse simulator (which has never worked with AGK)?

Does the app begin at all?

Are you compiling just the Template or have you added code?

Cheers,
Ancient Lady
AGK Community Tester and AppGameKit Master
JimHawkins
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Posted: 21st Dec 2012 22:23
Without any details it's hard to help. It could a problem with so many things.

Do any examples run correctly? If none do, it's probably an issue with the OpenGL implementation on that device.

-- Jim DO IT FASTER, EASIER AND BETTER WITH AppGameKit FOR PASCAL
Alain91
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Posted: 27th Dec 2012 18:33
Thanks for trying to help me without any details

I restart :

I would like to compile any android template I can found

I installed eclipse and the android sdk.
I installed the C++ plugin for android.

I imported a template in eclipse
I compiled it, and runned it on an android usb device : hello world


OK

Now I changed "hello world" text in the template.cpp to "test!"
I comiled it and runned it on the usb device : hello world

It seems that the c files are not compiled..
I made a clean, deleted the apk file.
When I compile it, I always get the 'old' hello world..

I really don't understand where the problem is.. :/

Any help please ?..

By the way, I think that I need to tell to eclipse where the agk libs are ?

Please could anyone show me the directories/files used in a working android tier 2 project ?


Alain
Alain91
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Posted: 28th Dec 2012 21:57
Hello everyone!

I found the solution.

I was not at all on the good way ..

A big thanks to everyone and especially AncientLady.

There are a lot of caveats.. I made a virtual machine to be sure that I wont loose the configuration

Alain

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