Confused by "Sorry! The application ____ (process ___ ) has stopped unexpectedly..." message

by Evan Charlton » Mon, 03 Nov 2008 18:11:23 GMT


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 nother (in my opinion, less hassle) way to figure out what the
exceptions are is to run the emulator in debug. When the exception
gets thrown, Eclipse should fire a breakpoint at the current line. In
debug mode, press F6 (to go to the next line) and in the Variables
tab, there should be an entry for the exception. You can then inspect
the exception to read the message to see what caused it.

Just my $0.02.

Evan Charlton

On Nov 3, 3:16am, "for android" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

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