Exciting new Android and Apple Updates

Nexus Yosemite

We’re very excited about Android Lollipop, the new Nexus devices, iOS 8.1, updated iPads, and OS X Yosemite. We’ve done preliminary testing with these stacks and have a few updates:

  • iOS: No current known issues with 3.4.0.GA and the updated iOS and OS X versions. We will test our SDK thoroughly once we get the new iPads.
  • Android: The Android Lollipop SDK will be released tomorrow, 10/17. Existing apps targeting previous Android versions should work correctly, however, there are minor tweaks necessary to allow developers to target the new version. Once we confirm if these changes are necessary, we will publish an updated 3.4.1 in short order.

As always, if you notice anything that you believe might be an issue, please alert us and we’d be happy to take a look.

Upgrading to Yosemite

When upgrading to OS X Yosemite,you might encounter an error message referencing “The JVM shared library…does not contain the JNI_CreateJavaVM symbol.” The simplest way to fix this is to re-download the Java 1.6 installer from Apple, referenced on ticket TISTUD-6154


  1. I like the things that Appcelerator does, however the one thing that for me, would make it perfect, is the be able to construct obb files from within Appcelerator.

    Is this something that will be addressed soon?

    • @Donovan, this post references updates for iOS 8.1 and OS X Yosemite and Titanium SDK compatibility. We are reviewing tickets like the one you mention for fixes in upcoming Titanium SDK releases, but this is separate from an Apple update.

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