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From Joe Bowser <>
Subject Re: Getting Started with Android on Windows
Date Mon, 19 Nov 2012 18:01:53 GMT
It sounds like you don't have the Android Eclipse Plugin.  I recommend
downloading it from

Also, this list is for the development of Cordova itself.  For
technical support questions, I recommend asking on Stack Overflow, or
on the PhoneGap Google Group, you may get help more quickly.


On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 9:59 AM, Anis KADRI <> wrote:
> AppInfo.jar is not necessary. It is only used by the cordova commands.
> Do you have cordova-2.2.0.jar in your libs directory ?
> On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 9:54 AM, Amos Hayes <> wrote:
>> Hello. I've just downloaded the latest windows ADK 4.2 package for windows
>> (which includes an eclipse environment) from and the
>> Cordova 2.2.0 packages.
>> I have followed the windows getting started guide. Well, more or less. I
>> found
>> the fact and suggest that it does a bit better job for any windows
>> users who aren't also familiar with unix-ish systems.
>> Anyway, after creating the project at the command line (and telling it to
>> locate the project in my ADK/Eclipse "workspace" folder, I was not able to
>> File -> New -> Project... -> Android Project from Existing Code. It
>> complained of an "Invalid project description." I was able to get around
>> this problem by creating the project outside my workspace folder and then
>> choosing to copy it in when adding it to Eclipse. Weird.
>> Anyway, where I'm stuck now is with a persistent "The import
>> org.apache.cordova cannot be resolved" error (along with other later ones
>> which I have to assume are a result of that first one. I have tried
>> cleaning the project and adding cordova/AppInfo.jar to the build path but
>> I'm not having any luck.
>> Any suggestions? Wish I knew more about java... but if I did I might not be
>> trying to use Cordova in the first place. :)
>> --
>> Amos

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