Can't download SDK on phone

by pobie » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 11:47:24 GMT


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 Hi. I am trying to download Android 1.1 SDK (for macs) from
developer.android.com onto my GI.

However, my G1 won't allow me to scroll down to agree to the terms of
the License Agreement. I can scroll down only to Section 2.1 of the
License Agreement.

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Can't download SDK on phone

by deepdr...@googlemail.com » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 02:58:44 GMT


 It makes no sense tring to download the SDK onto the G1.
The SDK goes to the desktop computer.
The SDK is used to develop applications which then can be transfered
to the phone.

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Can't download SDK on phone

by chineseome...@gmail.com » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 05:23:31 GMT


 this has to be a troll.  if not it's rather cute

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