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Created attachment 493 [details]
Usig VS 2010 with Mono For Android version 184.108.40.20612 (as seen in "About VS") on Windows XP. I have a project made up of Class libraries and an Android application.
Every other time I debug it, I get the following popups. Pressing cancel and debugging it again gets me into a debugging session just fine, until the next one.
I am able to do ADB operations just fine most of the time : logcat, deploy, etc.
My path to ADB is C:\android\SDK\platform-tools\adb.exe
Did you attach the correct image to this? Your image isn't of an error, it's of the options dialog.
Go to Tools->Options->Mono for Android and turn on Adb Logging.
Then try to deploy again.
A log will be written to your desktop called monodroid.log. Please attach that log so I can investigate this issue.
Glad you found the screenshot, I had forgotten I had sent and it was lost.
I am unable to reproduce the issue after restarting VS for some reason.
Let's keep this open for a while, I'm sure it will happen again.
It turns out this is a threading issue with the logger, which is why it's not happening to you anymore. This has been fixed and will be included in the next release (commit 17a41cad22)
Thanks for the report!