I think that's one error I saw, when I was installing an app that was set to the default values, onto a device that already had an app made with the default settings.
So, check the identifier field in the Android settings, to make sure it's different to other apps you've installed already.
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1) Installing app from an apk using "sign with my key" after using the
test button on the real device.
2) Using the test button on the real device then installing from an apk
using "sign with my key"
This may also be a problem using a dev certificate. Solution was to
uninstall app from device then reinstall from apk or test button.
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From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Andre Garzia
Sent: Friday, December 16, 2011 9:30 PM
To: How to use LiveCode
Subject: problem building for Android on 5.0.2
Anyone seeing an error like:
when building for android. I am testing on a real device and I can't.
iOS builds are ARM Executables. Usually made from Objective-C but anything
that builds for ARM and that can interface with iOS/MacOS libraries and
frameworks is good to go.
I have no clue about android. I assume it is some sort of Dalvik VM
bytecode thingy but I don't know.
Great! Then it's true that the future of this platform
is to output in multiple languages and platforms.
In this year, we already test the SunnyPerl DLL,
so the same could be made for Python and PHP.
Hopefully, HTML5 and SWF are scheduled for a near future.