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BOOK: Beginning Android Application Development
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Default @Override errors despite 1.6

When using @Override as described in various chapters (for instance Chp9 Location Based Services) eclipse pops up the "... must override or implement s supertype method..."

Having searched the forums and the web I set compliance in eclipse and in the project to 1.6. I tried cleaning the project and rebuilding. I tried using the android tools auto fix project properties. I tried reinstalling jre6 and eclipse and re-writting the application.

None of the above ever managed to get rid of the error.

I honestly have no idea where to go from here, any advice/suggestions?

*solved with full uninstall of all java/eclipse/android components and full reinstall.

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