A fatal error has occured while updating your device software


Native Start.main(Native Method) 01-13 .392: ERROR/Android Runtime(2888): Caused by: Path Class Class(Path Class Loader.java:240) 01-13 .392: ERROR/Android Runtime(2888): at

Class Class(Class Loader.java:551) 01-13 .392: ERROR/Android Runtime(2888): at

01-13 .392: ERROR/Android Runtime(2888): FATAL EXCEPTION: main 01-13 .392: ERROR/Android Runtime(2888): Path Class Loader[/data/app/com.s.android.test-2.apk] 01-13 .392: ERROR/Android Runtime(2888): at

Runtime Exception: Unable to instantiate activity Component Info: Activity Thread.perform Launch Activity(Activity Thread.java:1544) 01-13 .392: ERROR/Android Runtime(2888): at

The failure may be because there is not enough room on the dump device to create the dump file.

Windows was unable to save all the data for the file %2. This error may be caused by a failure of your computer hardware or network connection. A pending interrupt was detected on device %1 during a timeout operation.

My problem was that I didn't have to imported a third party libraries in a "libs" folder, and I needed reference them in my proyect (Right-click, properties, Java Build Path, Libraries, Add Jar...).

If you have Android Studio 2.3.3 and Android Studio 3.0.0 installed, then switching between the two programs for development will cause this error.

I had the same problem, but I had my activity declared in the Manifest file, with the correct name.May not fix all situations, but in this particular case, that ended up being the solution to my problem.This error can also be the ultimate sign of a dumb mistake (like when I - I mean, cough, like when a friend of mine who showed me their code once) where they try to execute code outside of a method like trying to do this: SQLite Database db = open Or Create Database("DB", MODE_PRIVATE, null); //trying to perform function where you can only set up objects, primitives, etc @Override public void on Create(Bundle saved Instance State) An easy way to do this is to open the Android file in the "Manifest" tab, and type it in the text box next to Package, or use the Browse button.Activity Thread.handle Launch Activity(Activity Thread.java:1638) 01-13 .392: ERROR/Android Runtime(2888): at Activity Thread.access00(Activity Thread.java:117) 01-13 .392: ERROR/Android Runtime(2888): at I made this stupid mistake once and its very easy to overlook.

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