I've been working on an android app, but when I exported with cordova and INTEL XDK I get this message when trying to install my app:
crosswalk project runtime not found
App requires the Crosswalk projectruntime to wrok. Please install it from the application store, then restart App.
And my app works after that, but I don't recall this being required the last time I exported for C2? The crosswalk runtime is like 20mbs and having to install something else I'm worried will turn a lot of users as it increases the barrier of entry.
Is there a way to avoid this?
It sounds like you built in shared mode, which requires that the Crosswalk runtime be separately installed. If you build in normal mode it bundles Crosswalk with the app itself.
Odd, I have it checked to that (it is by default apparently) but I re-exported to be safe. http://puu.sh/mSHRV/dc45f222b0.png
Yet I still get an error saying the xwalk app must be installed. Is there another specific XDK setting needed to make this work?
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I'd get in touch with Intel about this, it's their system and maybe there's a bug with the build settings.
Alright, I've posted it over there. Thanks
For anyone else with the issue:
I'm experiencing the exact same issue. Did you manage to get this fixed?
Never mind. Installed wrong architecture on my tab. The s4 uses arm and the tab 3 uses x86. Installing Arm on the x86 caused that error.