Is anyone having trouble with lollipop?

RandomEvo

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Is anyone having trouble with lollipop?

RandomEvo

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Anyone using Lollipop ? ?


letmethink

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The new android operating system. I have heard of it being fine generally. Do you have any specific problems or are you just curious? It should be compatible with all Stencyl made apps.
~Letmethink

RandomEvo

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errors
App not installed  - if manually
error 504 if installing fro the play store.

before Lollipop, everything was fine.

Also, there is no option in settings for target OS in Stencyl. I set it from Ice cream to Kitkat.

letmethink

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Could you post some logs then?
~Letmethink

RandomEvo

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There are no logs.
now that I have allowed the upgrade on phone, I can no longer test.  Infinite Sending to Device Screen

RandomEvo

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On one hand, I want to revert via factory default.
On the other hand, eventually, all phones will end up with OSs  beyond Kitkat, and all my work will be garbage.

RandomEvo

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early users are reporting that Lollipop's sweet changes also come with some less-tasty bugs in need of fixing.

Among the issues emerging recently are problems with quickly draining batteries, Wi-Fi connection difficulties and some devices that are not able to load Lollipop's new "material design" support library. Users in the Netherlands have also reported being unable to send international text messages.

One of the biggest changes that came with Lollipop is its use of what Google calls material design for a consistent look and feel across devices. That is aimed at everything from smartphones and tablets to TVs, wearables and -- eventually -- even car electronics.

There's more...

letmethink

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I mean your logs from Stencyl.
~Letmethink


letmethink

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Debug -> generate logs
~Letmethink

RandomEvo

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Too much txt
file attached.

letmethink

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I can't see anything much wrong from the logs. Are you sure your device is connected properly and it has USB debugging enabled?
~Letmethink

RandomEvo

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Windows stopped seeing the Lollipop device....
 ReStorING to FACtoRY

Auhg!