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"entry index is larger than available symbols" error #150
Comment #7 originally posted by djmcnz on 2010-06-03T21:15:07.000Z:
Issue as reported in # 30 no longer occurs for me when building com.htc.resources.apk
W/ResourceType( 2320): Bad string block: last string is not 0-terminated
Not sure which "string block" is being referred to but the xml file seems fine.
Comment #8 originally posted by mkzhang1979 on 2010-06-04T07:02:42.000Z:
For Phone.apk at http://docs.google.com/leaf?
C:\Users\admin\Desktop>apktool d Phone.apk Phone
(Without any change, just try to rebuild)
C:\Users\admin\Desktop>apktool b Phone.apk
Comment #10 originally posted by herrlado on 2010-06-04T07:29:00.000Z:
Got something like that
Dozens of lines
Exception in thread "main" brut.androlib.AndrolibException:
Comment #16 originally posted by stari4ek on 2010-06-04T11:48:40.000Z:
This problem is still here.
/home/astar/android/kitchen/build/111/res/values/public.xml:2471: error: Public entry
Comment #19 originally posted by Brut.alll on 2010-06-04T12:41:33.000Z:
$ apktool d framework-res.apk
$ apktool b framework-res
Could you verify, that you are using apktool 1.2.0? Just run "apktool" and version is
Comment #24 originally posted by MacManChomp on 2011-03-03T07:37:40.000Z:
Okay so I have the newest of the newest aapt. Got it today, but for some reason I still cannot build. I am having the same errors. "/Users/****/Desktop/framework-res/res/values/public.xml:2345: error: Public symbol string/throttled_notification_message declared here is not defined."
Comment #26 originally posted by MacManChomp on 2011-03-03T07:56:13.000Z:
sorry forgot to mention I'm working with the framework-res.apk from an optimus v. Also I only have API 8 revision 2 so I would assume this is the correct aapt as is it the aapt for 2.2 not sure if I could get the first revision to see if there is a difference but I don't beleive it would matter.
Comment #27 originally posted by MacManChomp on 2011-03-03T08:41:09.000Z:
thank you I realized I was using the aapt from a different platform-tools folder. not even sure where it came from. again thank you. new problem has appeared though. but this one I think I can figure out :P