You need to change the nature of the project.
- Close eclipse
- Open the .project file in your project
- Make the natures section look like:
Start eclipse again, have fun.
After installing ADT, use SDK Manager to download the source codes for the latest android API.
Open SDK Manager–>install source under api(i.e Android 4.0)
if You got No sources attached then click the button, then choose the Directory
e.g: D:\Android\android___sdk\sources\android-17\ —> this my android sdk location
Depend upon your android installation directory choose accordingly.
It is simply a breakpoint being set at the class-definition level (i.e. a breakpoint set in Eclipse on the line “public class MyActivity…”
May be android emulator handles this kind of breakpoint by DexFile.defineClass.
if when i try to run AVD emulator from eclipse and receiving an error like this:
Failed to allocate memory: 8
This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.
Please contact the application's support team for more information.
the solution is to edit
C:\Users\<user>\.android\avd\<avd-profile-name>.avd\config.ini and change the value: