how can i create a apk file from my project

by mystic-d » Tue, 13 May 2008 09:31:07 GMT


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how can i create a apk file from my project ?
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how can i create a apk file from my project

by Mark Murphy » Tue, 13 May 2008 12:08:06 GMT


 


If you are using the command-line tools, and you created your project 
via the activityCreator.py script, all you need to do is run ant from 
the project's base directory, and it will compile your project into an 
APK file in your bin/ directory.

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how can i create a apk file from my project

by mystic-d » Tue, 13 May 2008 19:00:44 GMT


 thanks for your replay Mark,
but what do you mean 'command-line' tools ?  im using the Eclipse for
the development...
thanks





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how can i create a apk file from my project

by Zach Hobbs » Wed, 14 May 2008 00:53:19 GMT


 You can find an APK file in your project's bin folder, or you can right click 
on your project and hit "Android Tools -> Export Application Package".

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