Where did the Android Keystore go?

Visual Studio let’s you create the keystore when distributing your Android App. If you created your Android keystore directly inside Visual Studio it doesn’t tell you where it saved it. You can find it here on Windows: Source: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/xamarin/android/deploy-test/signing/keystore-signature?tabs=windows

Android studio 0.2.6 Default Activity Not Found

Updated Android Studio to 0.2.6 you can run into this error: “Error: Default activity not found”, almost every line was red and some other irrelevant error. Nothing was changed in the project, only did the update from 0.2.5 to 0.2.6. Do the following to fix the problem: Build -> Rebuild Project and then restart Android

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Android Studio 0.1.6 Cannot Find Symbol location Class R

After updating Android Studio 0.1.6 it sometimes can’t find R and you have to rebuild your project. java /*.java : cannot find symbol location : class com.*.R A workaround: Module project settings -> Dependencies -> move one of the item up or down -> OK, it’ll regenerate the R.java Another temporary wordaround: Turning off Preferences

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Android Package org.junit Does Not Exist

Ran into this error when importing an Android into Android Studio. In this case ActionbarSherlock http://actionbarsherlock.com/ java: C:\..\Android\SherlockActionbar\test\com\actionbarsherlock\internal\ManifestParsingTest.java:3 package org.junit does not exist … package org.hamcrest does not exist … static import only from classes and interfaces Turned out the “test” folder was included. Remove the “test “folder with the package “com.actionbarsherlock.internal” and file ManifestParsingTest

Git tf Path Already Mapped

Running with Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server with different projects in the DefaultCollection. Using the great tool called Git-TF http://gittf.codeplex.com/ you can pull and work with git while still having tfs as your default vcs. E.g. Xcode can’t connect to tfs so pulling to a git and running your Xcode project from the git repository you

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Eclipse ADT rev 22 Crashes My App

It was one of those days, you realize there is an update and you think, yeah sure, what can go wrong. So the problem at hand. Running Eclipse (Juno, version shouldn’t matter) with ADT, Android Development Tools, and you updated the ADT to rev 22. You’ll get numerous errors if you’re very unlucky.  When you run your

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Xamarin Application Could Not Be Started

Encounter this error today while using Xamarin. The application could not be started. Ensure that the application has been installed to the target device and has a launchable activity (MainLauncher = true). Additionally, check Build -> Configuration Manager to ensure this project is set to Deploy for this configuration.   The setup was as follow: Using

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