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    An unnamed file was not found

    Hello. I am trying to export an APK from MMF2. Whenever I try to export, I get this error: unnamed.gif

    I am pretty sure I have set everything up correctly. Here are some other screenshots from my install:
    apk.jpg
    pref.jpg

    Any ideas?

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    You need to install the platform tools

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    Ok. I just installed the platform tools (see new screenshot). I then restarted MMF2 and I still get the same error message. apk2.jpg

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    From the screenshot it looks like you have not installed any of the Build APIs through the SDK Manager. You can't use an API without having installed it. Try Build API #14 (Android 4.0) and perhaps #18 (Android 4.3). See http://community.clickteam.com/threads/79925-Setting-up-the-Android-SDK-for-the-Android-Export-Module for more details on setting up the Android Export Module.
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    Thanks for the replies...

    Here is a closeup of the screenshot. I already had #14 installed. apk3.gif

    If I try #18, should I uninstall #14 first?

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    Try installing all of them, solved the problem for me when I first set up.
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    Ok....I installed EVERYTHING in the SDK Manager - and the error is still there.

    I then tried the Java 1.7 development kit (jdk1.7.0_51) - and the error is still there.

    Any other ideas?

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    From your first screenshot it looks like you have the 32bit versions of the SDK installed (supposedly helps) and you have paths in MMF set up which look the same as mine. Not sure what else to suggest other than reapply the latest Android and MMF patches to see if it corrects anything?
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    So the 32bit version of SDK is OK?

    I went looking for the MMF2 patches and I could only find build 255 (I am running build 256.34) http://www.clickteam.com/download-centre

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    Yes 32 bit is fine.

    The other things to check I can think of - have you enabled the usb debugging on the device and many androids need the manufacturers usb drivers installing too.

    Other that that you seem to have everything set up as you should. What android device are you trying to build to?
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