Since I tried to help one and another with this, downloading theirs aia worked for me and I didn’t see any issues, even when clues were there I didn’t see them right away
All these solutions seems to work as I list them below however, what
I think happens when we do all that is that Creator processes the file as new one and arranges/repairs it if necessary and hence it works afterwards
First clue, after name change from makeroid to kodular it got makeroid stuck on old projects see image below
I found the issue (It’s related with… )
Second clue and solution, changing from kodular to makeroid to match file structure eg. below
i have done.
-export .aia file to pc.
-delete this project on Kodular platform
-open file with any “file utility program”. (im using 7-Zip)
-go to “project.properties” file in “youngandroidproject” folder
-then change it:
-save file and import again to Kodular projects.
-try that now in normal ways.
it worked on my device.
Have a good days…
Second solution but if you try to redownload the aia file again you will once again see what you already deleted authURL -
Thanks for your early post, but just now I have done it another way:
Just open the AIA file in WinRAR and find the Screen1 and open that in Notepad file and delete the name as shown in the blow image.
Sometimes when you install any app in your device and after installation, we cant open the app, and its not listed in the app menu. so to fix it follow the steps given below -
Download Your AIA file and rename the file from .aia to .zip
Extract the zip file
Search the Screen1.scm file and open in any text editor. See the image below to understand.
clear the authURL section, just like the image given below.
Save the file and compress all project files again in .zi…
Third clue and solution
I don’t think that deleting/changing the AuthURL is fixing anything. The AuthURL has no effect on an APK in any way, it only tells the builder which distro the aia was created in. I believe it’s just the re-importing of the project that’s fixing the issue. Try all of the steps again but without changing the AuthURL and see what happens.
I have news!
When I exported the project to a .AIA file and imported it to workspace (changing the name, of course), the new APK (generated from imported project) install and open normally on my smartphone (I didn’t make any changes to the previous code).
I hope this helps us to solve the previous problem!
Thanks in advance.
You can try all these solutions but the easiest is perhaps if your buddy who can upload the project in their account or if you have two account’s you can do it yourself.
What ewpatton had to say about this, why it happens.
Hmm....... Two immediate things come to mind as potential reasons this might have happened. First, the project was edited/merged with another at some point and this resulted in the mixed packages. Second, when importing a project we rename the...
Thanks Boban! I owe you my friend!