Priority: P4: Low
Affects Version/s: 5.4.0
Fix Version/s: None
Environment:Qt Creator 3.3.0
Kubuntu 14.04 x86-64
Acer Iconia B1-750 Android tab.
When apps fail to deploy for what ever reason, Qt Creator does not detect it and launches the previous installed version. I've had a couple of unpleasant moments when I fixed a bug and tested it and the bug was still there. The first thought is usually "my fix was not good", not to suspect the toolchain.
It can happen when the device runs out of disk space, or for some other reason. You can see it in Compile Output pane:
Installing Android package to device.
Running command "/home/harri/android-sdk-linux/platform-tools/adb -s 44739826169 install -r /home/harri/projects/stoppola/build-Stoppola-Qt5_4_hp_x86-Release/android-build//bin/QtApp-debug.apk"
Android package built successfully in 20,851 ms.
– It can now be run from the selected device/emulator.
– File: /home/harri/projects/stoppola/build-Stoppola-Qt5_4_hp_x86-Release/android-build//bin/QtApp-debug.apk
18:29:05: The process "/home/harri/qt5.4_hp_x86/bin/androiddeployqt" exited normally.
The INSTALL_FAILED_... should be a good sign something went wrong.