N/APosted on - 10/19/2011
Hi, I’m having trouble with the Android SDK app. After running the application the emulator doesn’t boot.
If I try using the command:/path/to/android-sdk/tools/android the application works but the
Start button isn’t working so the emulator won’t boot and I just get an error message:
Starting Android Emulator
Starting emulator for AVD ‘titanium_7_WVGA800’
NAND: could not create temp file for system NAND disk
image: Permission denied
If there’s anyone with a solution please help.
Trouble with Android SDK app
The android SDK application needs a platform or development environment such as Eclipse, Apache Ant or JDK. Ensure first and foremost that the development environment is fully installed. After installation run an update to make sure the versions are up to date and the plug-ins are updated. This error may mean that you are either not using the appropriate self system.img as it may be having a problem. Select ‘wipe user data’ box just to eliminate anything that may be installed and is causing issues. Then, you need to create a new emulator instance and the errors can be viewed in the logcat viewer. To create the new emulator instance, define the android virtual device through the defined configurations on the device manager and then press ‘new’ then enter as shown:
Select the ‘enabled’ box, as this will make the second start of the device to be faster. Press ‘create AVD’ and it will create it and display it under virtual devices. You can test the device by selecting your device and pressing start.