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How can I debug and get to know the console logs in my Android phone?
A much better sollution (rather than logcat from console) is to find the path_to_android_sdk\tools\ddms.bat (Dalvik Debug Monitor).
You can do lots of cool stuff from there, view a live log on what goes on in either the emulator or on a real device via usb, you can make fake calls to the emulator/device, you can send text-messages to it, take screenshots, and loads of other things. It baffles me that no one in here promote it better for Android-debugging.
It also (in my experience) pick up more errors than the Titanium trace-log, it has saved my ass on numerous times when trying to figure out an error (while trace has shown none).
leave the phone connected to your computer, open a terminal and run:
path_to_android_sdk/tools/adb -d logcatyou need to have usb debugging enabled on the phone
I have same erros, its details
File "C:\Users\o\AppData\Roaming\Titanium\mobilesdk\win32\3.1.0.GA\android\androidsdk.py", line 131, in find_platform_dir raise Exception("No \"%s\" or \"%s\" in the Android SDK" % ('android-%s' % api_level, android_api_levels[api_level])) Exception: No "android-8" or "android-2.2" in the Android SDK
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