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I am not able to reproduce the issue when testing the Kinvey NativeScript SDK with a sample app, however, perhaps one of the suggestions in the following StackOverflow thread may help - the main Gradle cache should not interfere in this case, but clearing it wouldn't hurt, just cause some delay during your next build. Additionally, I would recommend that you delete the entire platforms folder and not only the lock files, and then try again. Another thing you might want to watch out for is running Android Studio while building the project.
If the above does not help, can you tell me which version of the NativeScript CLI you use, so I can investigate this further?
I'm trying to run a nativescript app on android using `tns run android`
I'm always getting gradle error:
FAILURE: Build failed with an exception.
ld.gradle' line: 28
* What went wrong:
A problem occurred evaluating root project '`kinvey_nativescript_sdk`'.
> Failed to apply plugin [class 'org.gradle.api.plugins.BasePlugin']
> Could not create service of type OutputFilesRepository using ExecutionServices.createOutputFilesRepository().`
I tried the following:
1. Run `./gradlew --stacktrace` but I got this error:
Caused by: org.gradle.cache.LockTimeoutException: Timeout waiting to lock
execution history cache
adle/5.1.1/executionHistory). It is currently in use by another Gradle
Owner PID: unknown
Our PID: 50331
Owner Operation: unknown
2. Deleted .lock files manually and re-ran `tns run android` but I got the same error again
Didn't fix the problem
The app runs fine on ios emulator and but not on android
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