A collection of encountered errors and more importantly, their respective resolutions.
HAX Failed to allocate memory: 8 – Eclipse AVD
Starting emulator for AVD ‘hdpi_480x800’
emulator: device fd:788
HAX is working and emulator runs in fast virt mode
Failed to allocate memory: 8
This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.
Please contact the application’s support team for more information.
Reduce memory until this error doesn’t appear.
parseSdkContent failed – Eclipse
Tried this link :)
Deleting the Eclipse workspace and other generated folders seemed to have fixed the problem.
Glad to have the “Android SDK Manager” running, guess am back in business now, hope can still catch up with the assignments.
- Tried this link :)
- Delete following related Eclipse folders:
- Re-run Eclipse
- Re-install SDK Manager
CRITICAL STRUCTURE CORRUPTION – Windows 8.1
I guess the reason’s for installing Eclipse on very deep folder level and very long folder/file names.
I concluded that as Windows throw error message when I try to delete Eclipse folders.
I only succeeded in deleting Eclipse files and folders when I moved it to D:\Temp folder.
Then again, after reinstalling in normal folder level, this error still keeps coming back :(
No specific solution to-date, looking forward to some patches from either provided to fix this.
- Updated Intel into latest HAXM hotfix version 1.0.7
Hotfix is an entire new installation and not just an upgrade or add-on
Previous installation needs to be removed
Java Exit Code 1 – Eclipse
This just pops up crashing Eclipse ADT.
I just have to re-start Eclipse, hoping it didn’t corrupt any of the project(s) I’m working on.
- Updated into latest Java (as of this writing V7 update 45)