A PROBLEM WITH HELLO WORLD

by behery » Fri, 20 May 2011 09:39:15 GMT


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 HI,

I did all the configuration on eclipse helios, running on UBUNTU, and
after copying code from the helloworld tutorial on ANDROID.COM, I run
the application ...

The emulator pops up and displaying " Android " Logo mirroring, but
NOTHING HAPPENS AFTER THAT .

I was using WINDOWS in the beginning, I had the same result, then I
turned into UBUNTU wishing to get a better result, but it seems to
have the same problem ...

ANY SUGGESTION TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM ??!!!

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Re: A PROBLEM WITH HELLO WORLD

by Ali Chousein » Fri, 20 May 2011 13:28:08 GMT


 Wait for a couple of minutes for the emulator to start. It takes some
time. Be patient.

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Re: Re: A PROBLEM WITH HELLO WORLD

by Mohammed Hossain Doula » Fri, 20 May 2011 13:54:37 GMT


 It depends upon you PC configuration to load the emulator... Wait for some
time...







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Re: A PROBLEM WITH HELLO WORLD

by cellurl » Fri, 20 May 2011 20:03:13 GMT


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