android sdk content loader has encountered a problem

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Aug 11, 2014 7:39:27 PM via Website

I am getting this error

It's not when I start Eclipse. And removing the .android subdirectory doesn't help.

When I go to create a new android project.

Or,

When I do Window..Preferences then click on Android

It says
image
android sdk content loader has encountered a problem
parseSdkContent failed
and expanding it it says
Could not initialize class android.graphics.Typeface

One person I read got a similar error when starting Eclipse. A solution for him was to remove the .android folder. I tried that. I made a copy(it was 2GB), I removed it. Still same error when creating a new android project or going to window...preferences..android.

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Aug 11, 2014 9:18:04 PM via Website

Carl Garth

I am getting this error

It's not when I start Eclipse. And removing the .android subdirectory doesn't help.

When I go to create a new android project.

Or,

When I do Window..Preferences then click on Android

It says
![image][1]
android sdk content loader has encountered a problem
parseSdkContent failed
and expanding it it says
Could not initialize class android.graphics.Typeface

One person I read got a similar error when starting Eclipse. A solution for him was to remove the .android folder. I tried that. I made a copy(it was 2GB), I removed it. Still same error when creating a new android project or going to window...preferences..android.

[1]: https://fscl01.fonpit.de/userfiles/6698774/image/3Pq3Ru3.png

delete the .android folder
and restart the system or eclipse
But you are getting an error. try again ..

Ready To Help You.

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Aug 12, 2014 11:52:14 AM via Website

You(mobile crackers?) wrote

"delete the .android folder
and restart the system or eclipse
But you are getting an error. try again .."

Maybe I wasn't clear but I said in my post "It's not when I start Eclipse. And removing the .android subdirectory doesn't help."

So, what I mean is, I did remove the .android folder. I still got the error. I did restart Eclipse. I still got the error. Removing that folder didn't help.

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Aug 12, 2014 6:11:56 PM via Website

hey,

even i did not get this error but if you have set the java path and all other thing download the sdk again from developer.android.com and change the location other than existing better to keep it on other than your window drive.

let see if it can help you.

still any issue share with details.