"invalid data message"-error

by think4ward » Mon, 24 Nov 2008 02:35:22 GMT

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 Hello everyone,

I'm trying to get the GLSurfaceViewActivity - example to work.


And as soon as I ad the GLSurfaceViewActivity.java to my project I
this error on running the app in the emulator:

Failed to upload HelloAndroid.apk on 'emulator-5554': invalid data

after removing the class, HelloAndroid.apk installs just fine.

Does someone know what I do wrong?

Thx in advance.


"invalid data message"-error

by think4ward » Mon, 24 Nov 2008 11:44:40 GMT

 This happens with all examples I tried...
For this example I also localized the class, which causes the
As soon as I comment back in the GLThread class to the project I get
this error.


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"invalid data message"-error

by think4ward » Mon, 24 Nov 2008 11:45:23 GMT

 LogCat doesnt show any error..
this is the DDMS output:

[2008-11-24 12:43:00 - ddms]transfer error: invalid data message

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