I have latest fuse enviroment setup on a mac machine [OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 (15D21)]. Android support is installed (confirmed via fuse install -s android (reports android is installed). I can open a sample and preview it on the local machine fine. However, when i pick android in the preview menu, the app compiles and deploys…
$ fuse install -s android # Verifying install status of JDK jdk was found. # Verifying install status of AndroidSDK Checking if /usr/local/share/uno/SDKs/AndroidSDK exists. /usr/local/share/uno/SDKs/AndroidSDK was found. Checking if /usr/local/share/uno/SDKs/AndroidSDK/tools exists. /usr/local/share/uno/SDKs/AndroidSDK/tools was found. Checking if Android SDK is corrupt. Checking if all required Android components are installed. androidsdk was found. # Verifying install status of AndroidNDK Checking if /usr/local/share/uno/SDKs/AndroidNDK/ndk-build exists. /usr/local/share/uno/SDKs/AndroidNDK/ndk-build was found. androidndk was found. # Verifying install status of Ant Checking if /usr/local/share/uno/SDKs/Ant exists. /usr/local/share/uno/SDKs/Ant was found. Checking if Ant is corrupt ant was found. android is installed.
Build started: FullCompile Configuring (6,474.21 ms) Compiling syntax tree (11,471.98 ms) Generating code and data (22,828.10 ms) Building Android app 1/2: libLoginTransition.so 2/2: LoginTransition.apk (7,531.50 ms) Build completed in 48.32 seconds. 0 Warning(s) 0 Error(s) Build ended Waiting for device (7..) Waiting for device (6..) Waiting for device (5..) Waiting for device (4..) Waiting for device (3..) Waiting for device (2..) Waiting for device (1..) ERROR: No Android device connected. Please make sure you have developer mode enabled, and any required drivers installed.
My phone developer mode enabled. Is this a known issue? Are there workarounds?