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Created by: Matthew J Denapoli on 04-02-2011 06:07:15 PM
I created an AVD that has CISCO CIUS SDK - 8 set as target. If i try to install my sample application that uses google maps library, i get the following error. "Installation error: INSTALL_FAILED_MISSING_SHARED_LIBRARY".
 
If I choose Google API as target while creating the AVD, the same app installs fine. But I need to test this app on CISCO cius skin. This is very urgent. Please let me know what i am missing out on. Thanks in Advance!

Subject: RE: Google API - Maps
Replied by: Matthew J Denapoli on 09-02-2011 04:11:04 PM
You should be able to set your target as Google API Level 8 and your Skin as Cisco Cius.

Subject: RE: Google API - Maps
Replied by: Matthew J Denapoli on 09-02-2011 04:21:24 PM
I have Google API Level 9 installed on my machine. So, do I have to go back one version to get the Cisco Cius skin to show up?

Subject: RE: Google API - Maps
Replied by: Matthew J Denapoli on 09-02-2011 04:48:35 PM
Yes, in order to use the Cisco Cius (and for it to even show up in the dropdown in the AVD Manager) you need to have API Level 8 selected as the target (whether that's with or without Android). I assume you're using the Cius SDK v2 beta. I haven't tried that yet--I have just downloaded the SDK v1 (which really just includes the Cius Skin) and I can select Google API Level 8 as the target and the Cius Skin as the skin.

The brings up a good question though: Does the Cius support the Google APIs? Meaning, can I display Google Maps in my app on the Cius?

Subject: RE: Google API - Maps
Replied by: Matthew J Denapoli on 09-02-2011 04:49:43 PM
Also, if you're using Eclipse, you can easily install all the Android APIs you want with the AVD Manager.

Subject: RE: Google API - Maps
Replied by: Matthew J Denapoli on 09-02-2011 05:08:05 PM
I installed Google API level 8 and tried to create a new AVD. CISCO skin doesn't show up in the dropdown.

Thanks

Subject: RE: Google API - Maps
Replied by: Matthew J Denapoli on 09-02-2011 05:09:31 PM
And yes, I am using Cius SDK v2 beta

Subject: RE: Google API - Maps
Replied by: Matthew J Denapoli on 09-02-2011 05:21:04 PM
You'll have to look at the specific instructions for v2, but these are the instructions I followed for v1 to install the skin and it's working for me:

This is quoted from this document: http://developer.cisco.com/documents/2336146/2590336/Cisco+Cius+Developer+Guide+v1.0.pdf

Setup Android Emulator With Cisco Cius Emulator Skin
Follow this process to setup the Android emulator with Cisco Cius specific skin.

Step 1 Download the Eclipse development platform from the following location and install it on your computer:
http://wiki.eclipse.org/Older_Versions_Of_Eclipse
Eclipse version 3.4 or 3.5 is recommended.

Step 2 Download the Android SDK package from the following location and install it on your computer:
http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

You must ensure to setup environment variables for your OS to run SDK command line tools.
Note You do not need Google APIs.

Step 3 Download and install the Android Development Tools (ADT) as per the instructions in the following
location:
http://developer.android.com/sdk/eclipse-adt.html

Step 4 Download the Cisco Cius skin from the following location:
http://developer.cisco.com/web/cius/CiscoCiusSkin.zip

Step 5 Unzip the Cisco Cius skin file and copy the directory and files to the following location within the
installation directory of the Android SDK:
\platforms\android-8\skins\.

Step 6 Create an Android Virtual Device (AVD) as per the instructions in the following location, with Skin field
set to Cisco Cius as shown in Figure 1:
http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/tools/avd.html

Subject: RE: Google API - Maps
Replied by: Matthew J Denapoli on 09-02-2011 05:33:19 PM
I re-installed the entire setup and now it shows up. Thanks a lot Ryan!
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