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Android

Ian Z
Ian Z
14,584 Points

"Unfortunately, Ribbit has stopped" What does this mean? How do i fix it? (Modifying Tabs from the Template video)

I followed all the teacher notes in Modifying Tabs from the Template to update the app for Android Studio. Right away when i launch it i get the "Unfortunately, Ribbit has stopped" error on the screen. But i dont see any compiler errors or other error thingies. How do i fix this if i have no hints on where to start?

1 Answer

Ian Z
Ian Z
14,584 Points

okay i found it, problem was requestWindowFeature(Window.FEATURE_INDETERMINATE_PROGRESS); needed to be before super.onCreate(savedInstanceState); in Login and sign up activities