Just a few more details. I can't get rid of that error. I tried to
create a basic Hello world Android app through eclipse. Nothing is
modified except the debuggable attribute which is added to the
manifest. I am with Android 2.2, the last version of the NDK r4b with
the last version of Eclipse Helios and the last ADT plugin 0.9.7.
When I run the following
$ /home/ratamovic/Tools/Android-SDK/tools/adb shell run-as com.test ls
run-as: Package 'com.test' has corrupt installation
I get the result you've already seen...
Could it be related to non-root access (my phone is not rooted)?
On 22 août, 16:47, Ratamovic <ratamo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've got the same problem with my HTC Desire. Have you found a
> Thanks in advance.
> On 20 août, 15:43, AlexEzh <alex...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Yes. Android version 2.2. HTC Desire.
> > On Aug 20, 5:06 am, alan <a...@birtles.org.uk> wrote:
> > > Is the device running 2.2? ndk-gdb only works on 2.2 devices
> > > On Aug 20, 4:59 am, AlexEzh <alex...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > Hi,
> > > > When running NDK samples on the device I get error message from ndk-
> > > > gdb:
> > > > run-as: <package> has corrupt installation
> > > > The same happens for all NDK samples. The same samples work fine in
> > > > the emulator. Is there any work around?
> > > > Thank you
> > > > /Alex