Incidentally, I also can't get this to package properly with 126.96.36.19910 (Burrito). ADB again complains that the manifest is missing.
I am having exactly the same problem trying to install on the AVD, this previously worked fine installing on the actual hardware (Galaxy Tab) which I don't have right now and thats why I am trying the AVD.
adt version 188.8.131.5210
adb version 1.0.26
Wondering whether Revision 8 of the Android SDK Platform tools (December 2010) is reason for this... Everything was working fine and dandy with revisions 6 (May) and 7 (Sept).
Apparently the apk file cannot be installed onto the physical device either, I dont have that yet but will get it later and report the error message. Not sure if I can easily revert back to SDK 07 either, be nice to get some feedback from Adobe here.
Agreed. Can someone from the AIR team comment on whether this is reproducible please?
Tried installing directly to Samsung Galaxy Tab, same error. Tried installing through an email attachment and I get "Parse Error - There is a problem parsing the package". So right now I am stuck, need to show this app to a potential client tomorrow and I have no way to get it on there. It's time like these when I really wonder if trying to do cross-platform work using Flash is a good idea, at least with a native app I would know where I stand.
Can someone from Adobe PLEASE respond.
Could any one of you please attach the apk which has the issue, we would like to reproduce it at our end.
Also we would like to know, how are you packaging the apk.
Sure, how do you attach files to posts on this forum?
The packaging command I'm using is:
adt -package -storetype pkcs12 -keystore c:\cert.p12 MyApp.apk MyApp-app.xml MyApp.swf
I'm compiling using the SWF and application xml from the bin-debug folder of my Flash Builder project. This worked perfectly until recently.
Pahup thanks. I can't see an obvious way to attach the apk to this discussion is there an email address to send to? Regarding the packaging process I am using the command line:
adt -package -storetype pkcs12 -keystore certname.p12 package.apk descriptor.xml app.swf
Would it be useful to also have the descriptor.xml?
got that, command you're using is actually creating an AIR file since you have not provided any target to ADT, and by default target is an AIR file.
So the command should be changed as following.
adt -package -target apk -storetype pkcs12 -keystore certname.p12 package.apk descriptor.xml app.swf
Please let me know if you still have some issues.
Thanks so much, that worked.