I have import google-play-services_lib into my workspace and Add google project into MYProject it give mr error:
Description Resource Path Location Type
The container ‘Android Dependencies’ references non existing library ‘D:\Android
Workspace\google-play-services_lib\bin\google-play-services_lib.jar’ HBuddy Build
path Build Path Problem
Description Resource Path Location Type The project cannot be built
until build path errors are resolved HBuddy Unknown Java Problem
and I have already installed Google Play Service in Extras
Please uncheck “Is Library” as follows ;
I met this issue as well.
My solution is,
- clean project google-play-services_lib firstly
- then clean my project which depends on play service library
Hey i know what your problem is. I think it seems like you didn’t built your google-play-services project… Try the following solution:
- Import the google-play-services_lib “project” into your workspace
- Add the freshly imported project to your applications build path
- RIGHT-CLICK the google-play-services_lib project and select “Build Project”
- Wait a few moments or “clean up” your project
- Run your application and – Voila –
Your bin folder doesn’t exist! You probably don’t have permission to create a folder.
If you create a project from existing code make sure you check “Copy projects into workspace”.
I found that the reference is looking at the wrong folder. It normally looks in
<android-sdk>/extras/google/google_play_services/libproject/google-play-services_lib/bin/ for the jar file and the file is actually inside the
<android-sdk>/extras/google/google_play_services/libproject/google-play-services_lib/libs folder. I couldn’t find a way to change the reference link, so I just copied the jar file and the matching jar properties file from the
/libs folder to the
I hope it helps.
My solution is,
clean project google-play-services_lib firstly
then clean my project which depends on play service library
There is another way to resolve this issue. Import google_play_services_lib project to your work space.
Then add the google-play-services.jar file externally.
right click on your_project -> properties ->java build path -> Libraries -> add External JARs -> select google-play-services.jar from work space ->clean ->build
It works for me.
I was facing the same issue and got it solved when I updated my eclipse Android SDK tools.
I was using version 22 and when I updated Android SDK tools to 22.0.1 the error vanished and I could build my project.
I hope this helps someone…
Check Read Only property of the Project folder.
If its checked, uncheck it and then try.