Eclipse Neon Or Which It Uploaded In Buildbox??

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  1. sbetan

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    hi,

    1- what is the Eclipse version you used ? is it ok if i use Eclipse neon? i think it's the last version, i downloaded it from the official website.
    Or, I should use the Eclipse which uploaded in Buildbox website?

    2- because i have problems in APK i don't know it, the problem is :
    if anyone downloads my APK to any device, it's will not open, the message is:
    "Unfortunately, " my app name" has stopped.
    any solution? tips? etc

    3- can i export APK via android studio? is it better than Eclipse ? ??
     
  2. jcalle

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  3. sbetan

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    Thank you,
    i see buildbox say: "Install API 23 via the Android SDK Manager (Use API 21 for 1.3.5 and earlier)"

    but what about if i use API 24 ?
     
  4. Andy

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    If you want to try API 24 you can edit the Android Manifest after you export from Buildbox. Can't say if there will be any issues.
     
  5. sbetan

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    rea
    feeling lost,
    is there anybody can explain in the video how exactly we make Eclipse full readym in window 10, by:
    1- explain how to install eclipse: i see the zip file contain eclipse + sdk files + sdk setup file, so where we should put each file?
    2- how to add SDK?at any path? is it on where i put the files in point (1) or in another path?
    3- how to add API 23 only??

    i really feeling lost, need step by step ..
     
  6. blad300

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    1 - Search Google or Youtube - "How to install eclipse" .
    2 - Search Google or Youtube - "How to add SDK from SDK Manager eclipse" .
    3 - Search Google or Youtube - "How to add API 23 to my project in eclipse" .
    There are too many tutorials, to others...
     
  7. blad300

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    I use API 25 with no problems
     
  8. sbetan

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    could you please take a screenshot for the SDK screen, so i will see what you install and what you don't install
     
  9. blad300

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    I have installed API from 19 to 25 in SDK Manager .
    1 - You can chose your target API in Android Manifest .
    2 - You can change API for some projects from "Project Properties" .
    Download what API you want .
    Import your project in eclipse and after eclipse load and finish build, right click of your Project->Properties->Android->Chose what API you want to use.
    Modify your project Manifest ( target api is set to 23, change with what api you have selected in project )
    After that you must Clean Project .
    Before export, you must uncheck for lint error from Project->Properties->Android->Lint .
    And Uncheck from Project->Properties->Android->Build . Force error when external jars....and Skip packaging......
    Export your signed app now.
     

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