OK, so I am so far following my books for the exception all the IDE's they use are older versions than the Eclipse Juno I have downloaded and assume is working. Ive installed the JDK, the Android SDK, and configured variables etcetra.
During the SDK manager installer - I selected all the platforms\versions. I probably didnt need to do this as I think my actual device is versions 2.2 so I have all the way up to 4.1. I didnt install any MOTODEV .
Ok.. so in both of my books during the New Android Project setup They show a build target option.
With Target Name, and Platform as well as API level. In Eclipse Juno's android new project wizard I dont get these options. Im trying to discriminate through these changes just to get a freaking hello world started lol, but
setting up the IDE and requisites has been trivial, as well as frustrating.
Any way I can select a specific platform? When I created the Eclipse project workspace it automatically showed 4.1 as my version in the project hierarchy. I want it to be 2.2 so how do I do this?
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