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Setting-up ADF Mobile for Android using JDeveloper 11.1.2.4 with the latest ADF Mobile patch

Frank Nimphius
Master Principal Product Manager

Installing the latest ADF Mobile patch for JDeveloper 11.1.2.4 prevented deployment of mobile applications with some weird error messages. I concluded that its probably my Android SDK that needed renewal. To go for a clean approach, I deleted my Android SDK and downloaded the latest and greatest from the Web. Since my last SDK installation, Google has changed the Android directory structure quite a bit. For those struggling, here is what I configured in the Android SDK and JDeveloper.

 First observation, to install the
gcm.jar file (Google Cloud Messaging) you have to check the "Obsolete" checkbox in the SDK
Manager.

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In the JDeveloper preferences, I provided the following entries

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Adroid SDK location

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<drive>:\android-home\sdk

Android Platform Location

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<drive>:\android-home\sdk\platforms\android-19

Android Build Tools Location

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<drive>:\android-home\sdk\build-tools\19.0.1  (I installed v. 19 of the SDK)

The "<drive>" in my case was D:\ on Windows (funny that on the Apple Mac, which I use for writing this blog the backslash is shift+alt+7)

Frank

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