So the back story is this: I can install perfectly fine and run the program on the emulator, but the second I try and install it on my device i get this:
[2011-01-08 21:29:36 - girboardpro] Android Launch! [2011-01-08 21:29:36 - girboardpro] adb is running normally. [2011-01-08 21:29:36 - girboardpro] Performing com.laytproducts.girboardpro.mainAct activity launch [2011-01-08 21:29:38 - girboardpro] Uploading girboardpro.apk onto device 'I8975c9b90dc' [2011-01-08 21:29:46 - girboardpro] Failed to install girboardpro.apk on device 'I8975c9b90dc': timeout [2011-01-08 21:29:46 - girboardpro] Launch canceled!
I have NO idea why. Nothing pops up on my LogCat, nothing happens on the device...
Hopefully someone can help :)
preguntado el 09 de enero de 11 a las 05:01
In your situation I would try following things:
If the application was previously installed and not getting installed again, then from the command prompt run "adb uninstall" package name
On the phone Settings -> Application -> Development -> Debuggable to true
Try installing the app from the command prompt
adb install apk.file
Restart the device: It has happened with me also, restarting the phone & eclipse solved my problem.
¡Espero eso ayude!
If unplugging the device and plugging it back in doesn't work, try increasing the upload timeout to something really huge like 20000 ms. It's at Window → Preferences → Android → DDMS → "ADB connection time out (ms)".
I have never personally seen this message, but you should try to use:
then try again. It resets the adb communication link with a phone. Helps sometimes during debug sessions in development. In the case of system type files like IME keyboards, you can also try to push the APK to the device using
adb push <location_of_apk_on_computer> <future_location_on_phone>
then install like a normal APK
adb install <location_of_apk>
You might also be having trouble with it not uninstalling from the device, so you should try:
adb uninstall <fqn_of_program>
In your case "com.laytproducts.girboardpro" would seem to be the Fully Qualified Name(fqn)
I don't think that's the right error message for this answer (I get device not found), but try it anyway:
In order to install an android app on your phone, you need to go to:
Set: Unknown Sources to True
Set everything to True to get a better debug environment.
¡Espero eso ayude!