Titanium / Android on Windows

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Titanium does not work on my Windows (Vista) machine. I guess Titanium does not find the Andriod installation.

When Titanium starts up, the "Configure"-page displays this:

" One or more pieces are missing from the Android SDK. It may be that the Android SDK is already installed and Titanium Studio cannot locate the directory, or it may be that some additional components need to be installed.

Items required: •An Android SDK is missing. Titanium requires Android platforms 2.1.* and 2.2.* •Platform-tools version 8. •SDK Tools version 14. •Add-Ons Google APIs 7, Google APIs 8 "

Any idea what can cause this?

— asked 2 years ago by Eydun L.
2 Comments
  • Is there any way to upgrade your machine? We don't support Win Vista...

    Best,

    Mauro

    — commented 2 years ago by Mauro Parra

  • I do not think so :-(

    — commented 2 years ago by Eydun L.

3 Answers

1) from Android SDK Manager install all the SDK versions and Google APIs 2) Use JAVA JDK 1.6 (I use the 1.6.0_27) 3) in System Settings -> Advanced Settings set the JAVA_HOME system variable to "MyHDD:\path\to\java\jdk1.6.0_27\" (use your java path. path must be without spaces. mine is G:\JAVA\jdk1.6.0_27) 4) add also in PATH system variable the path to Android SDK tools and platform-tools directories (mine is : G:\SDK\Android\android-sdk\tools\;G:\SDK\Android\android-sdk\platform-tools\;)

USE ONLY 32bit JAVA JDK!!

Thanks for the reply. I appreciate it.

I was missing the PATH to Andriod tools in my system variables. But it still does not work.

I subscribed to Indie 10 months ago, and I have never gotten it up and running :-(

Trust me..i lost my sanity with your same problem on Win7 64bit. I ended up to uninstall Titanium and JAVA (i had 64bit 1.7 JDK) and Android SDK. Reinstalled all again 32bit 1.6 JAVA and the problem was fixed. I installed Android SDK via Titanium Startup/Configure page.

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