I had the Jogl tests running very nicely on my Android phone (HTC M8) last year, the Jogl's Version app was a handy way to see the capabilities of my phone.
However after my phone upgraded to Android 6 Marshmallow none of the Jogamp apps ran anymore with the message "Unfortunately Jogamps's Jogl Library has stopped"
So I tried to un-install and re-install the apk files using adb, which worked perfectly last time.
The jogl-all-android-armv6.apk and jogl-test-android.apk install without complaint and the icons appear.
However when installing gluegen using this command:
C:\Users\phil\AppData\Local\Android\sdk\platform-tools>adb install c:\temp\jogamp-all-platforms\apk\jogamp-android-launcher.apk
I get this output:
1035 KB/s (33146 bytes in 0.031s)
The jogamp files are the latest from here
So obviously I manually sign the apk file and run zipalign as the internet tells me to
I even run:
"C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_25\bin\jarsigner.exe" -verify -verbose -certs c:\temp\jogamp-all-platforms\apk\gluegen-rt-android-armv6.apk
And it says it can see certificates, and it looks very similar to the jogl-all-android-armv6.apk verified output.
However it still gives me the [INSTALL_PARSE_FAILED_NO_CERTIFICATES] error when I attempt to install.
Given that there is no mention of problems elsewhere on the internet I presume I've done something wrong.
Does anyone have any ideas about what my next steps might be?