The following error occurs when I build my project:
[2013-04-03 03:52:49 - mydemoapp] D:\My Projects\HoloEverywhere
Library\res\layout\time_picker_holo.xml:17: error: No resource identifier found for attribute
'importantForAccessibility' in package 'android'
It's been 2 days that i'm trying to implement HoloEverywhere and I'm failing.
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