Okay so I followed this video tutorial to the T. http://www.gotoandlearn.com/play.php?id=123 One thing the Lee did not mention in this tutorial is that when you download the USB drivers from the Android SDK you still have to install them to the device. At least that is what I had to do for my Nexus One. Here is the issue I am having I can install the runtime just fine but when I publish the .apk file through flash an push it to the phone to start, it starts but it is just a black screen. I even tried it with various simple apps and still no luck. Has anybody ran in to this issue? Any advice will be appreciated thanks
well I just go this email:
Michael Chou wrote:
Many of you have found that older apks packaged with an older version of our AIR SDK do not work with the newest version of the AIR Runtime we just dropped to this prerelease (6/4/2010). Specifically, a black screen is shown instead of the application.
Please make sure you package your application with the latest AIR SDK (6/4/2010) when running your application on a device with the latest 6/4/2010 AIR Runtime.
We are currently making significant changes to the AIR Android SDK and Runtime, so this may happen occasionally with our prerelease drops. To be sure that your app works properly, please make sure that your apk is packaged with an AIR SDK that is included in the same drop as your target AIR Runtime.
So there it is