Install Error ADT Plugin on Windows

by murakamik7 » Mon, 07 Dec 2009 13:54:53 GMT

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 Hello everyone,

I cannot install ADT Plugin for Eclipse 3.5 on WINDOWS XP Pro.
Adding site "" ; were OK, and
start of install this ADT's Developer Tools were OK, but I got
following error message during installation.

Warning: You are installing software that contains unsigned content.
The authenticity or validity of this software cannot be established.
Do you want to continue with the installation?

Installation procedures are
1. login as user granted administrators rights
2. install JDK6u17 into default directory
3. install Eclipse galileo SR1 into D drive
4. install Android SDK r3 into same D drive
   and PATH environment variable set
5. Start eclipse and try to install ADT Plugin from 

Does anyone solve this prolem?



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