Titanium on my desk top freezes whenever I try and get the Android SDK to install/update (so that I can use Titanium), it downloads a file, but then goes to install it but it freezes and locks up the entire program.
What about you trying to install the Android SDK even *before install the TiStudio?
PS: What I mean is: try to get it installed at least (Android SDK) and after that get it into TiStudio via setting your configs.
Hope that helps, Cheers, Rodrigo.
I have it installed, I installed it prior to Titanium. It still wants me to press a button 'Install/Update SDK', and it's leaving me unable to use it on my desk top. I have to use Titanium for my assessment for a university class (it is a specific requirement), and while I can use it on my laptop, I would prefer to use it on my desktop while I am at home as I am much less prone to typo's and can see everything much easier. I just don't get why it did it no problems on the laptop, but is giving me grief here.
But regarding your issue there, well, it sounds a little bit "weird" at least. You have it installed and working as expected on your laptop as you said, so I assume you know already how to get the installments process properly. :)
When you say: "It still wants me to press a button 'Install/Update SDK', and it's leaving me unable to use it on my desk top"
Does it mean that after "clicking" the button you mention so your desktop "freezes"? Lock?
Do you have all the "minimum" versions of Android SDK installed as well in your laptop? As the Titanium Docs actually asks as well: ensure that the Prerequisite Android SDK / API for the latest official Titanium SDK.
I am pretty sure you
ve got already into the link Ill pass below concerning the installation of Android SDK with TiStudio, but BTW I will pass the link for you to check out that as there is a kind of "step-by-step" installation process for it (I`ve done that as well with success):
In the webpage link above, you go "down" the page and look forward *Android SDK step`s installation. Maybe it will clarify something else for you.
Am sorry if it does not help but I hope it does.
Sorry to hear that, understood now.
BTW, are you sure you have the Oracle Java JDK 6-32bit installed on your machine? Are you sure that there aren`t any reference for JDK 7 on your machine? Please, be sure to have only the Java 6-32bit and nothing else about it as looks like that it would be a problem with Ti.
Am running out of ideas right now, but feel free to let me know what you get there so I can brainstorm a little more or even someone else jump into here and give some hot-tips about the issue you`re facing now.
Good luck. Rodrigo.
Yes, it must be 32bit for it to work, so be sure about that as well.
Great news! Even the "process" not being so excellent as you are going through but definitely it is something "new" on the scenario you were facing isn`t it?
Let us know how it goes.
So, I do not know what you could do right now besides trying to get rid of every instance of Titanium/JDK7, etc and trying again, sorry.
Also, am not a PC user so I think that maybe my info isn`t very right for you I do not know.
There are not "forces" against you (haha), it is just matter of time and getting a "fresh-brain" to get to "see" where the problem might be. ;)
Keep us noticed and am also starting to think a little more about your issue.
Good Luck, Rodrigo.
I can see it now as being only a "problem" with the Windows OS Registry. I can not imagine anything else than it as I know that many times we "think" that are deleting/removing something from the PC, well, many times(if not most) left "things" still into the Registry and so even trying to install from the ZERO, you`ll be not at the zero if you understand what I mean.
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