C:\Users\leffe\AppData\Local\Android\Sdk\platform-tools\adb connect "Android"
cannot resolve host 'Android' and port 5555: No such host is known. (11001)
Why?I cant move it out of the cloud drive. I’d have to re-write basically everything.
Whatever Android device you're trying to test on is not being recognized. Ensure that the device is connected properly, that USB debugging is enabled on it, that the host device has permissions to use it via ADB and that it is recognized as a connected device by ADB.but what agout that last line? How do i fix that?
Build > Create Executablein the IDE.
You should know what to do with the file after reading this.I know that it does work, i have a web version with lots of bugs, because i used the html5 and didnt know what to do with the file.
First, move your project out of OneDrive. Just close GMS 2, drag the entire project directory out of OneDrive, and continue working on it by double-clicking the .yyp file inside. Until you do what we said about this, there is no telling what version of anything is going into the build. The OneDrive sync daemon will be fighting for access to your files with the IDE at development time. That will break stuff behind your back.How do i get the apk? I clicked create executable and package as apk, but got that error
Unzipping C:\Users\leffe\.gradle\wrapper\dists\gradle-6.1.1-all\cfmwm155h49vnt3hynmlrsdst\gradle-6.1.1-all.zip to C:\Users\leffe\.gradle\wrapper\dists\gradle-6.1.1-all\cfmwm155h49vnt3hynmlrsdst Exception in thread "main" java.util.zip.ZipException: zip END header not found