Hi guys, I installed Android on my new MAC 10.7.3. Installed all android packages (except the vendor specific ones like HTC, Motorola etc.. ) When I try to run the android simulator, studio tells me to install Android. Gives me the following error:
An Android SDK is missing. Titanium requires Android platform 2.2.* Platform-tools version 8. SDK Tools version 14. Add-On Google APIs version 8
When I click on 'Install or Update Android SDK', it gives me the following error:
'NLS missing message: MobileSDKConfigurationProcessor_installationAndroidMessage in: com.appcelerator.titanium.mobile.portal.processor.messages'
The Studio log :
Thank you guys
Thats strange! For a test i had to change x32 with x64...after that i couldn't start sdk manager. Swap Back x64 on top and i can start it again.
Can you start the SDK Manager via Command Line? <sdk>/tools Folder and start with "./android"
I think the Problem ist the x32 Java Machine.
Goto Programs / Utilitys / Java and swap x64 in Top of x32.
After this i can start the Android SDK Manager again. If x32 first i can't start.
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