This might be simple but this is my first time attempting to use Adobe Air to create a mobile app.
I just created a brand new flex mobile project in Adobe Air. I then proceeded to run as an android application on an android device.
When I do this, I get the following error:
Error occurred while packaging the application: aapt tool failed:ERROR: Platform AndroidManifest.xml not found
I'm using Flash Builder 4.7 with a newly updated Adobe Air 25.0. In the SDKs folder of Flash Builder I see flex is 4.6 and air is 3.6.
The only thing I've done is I've copied
dx.jar from android SDK 25 into my
/lib/android/bin folder of Flex 4.6 per the recommendation found here.
Before I did that Adobe Air could not detect my device.
Worth noting - the new project will run on a simulator.
Any ideas why it can't find a manifest? Is that something I need to create? Seems like it should just work for a brand new Adobe Air project?