Thanks for writing.
Please make sure that you are having the following settings in your build.gradle
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I think the problem is that you are referencing a higher version of the v7 AppCompat library whereas your build target is a lower one. Is that correct?
When it comes to libraries that use resources (.aar files) these settings are important as they determine which framework resource set is being referenced. If your v7 AppCompat is higher version than the target SDK, these errors are possible as the v7 AppCompat is referencing resources that are missing from the target SDK.
For instance, in your getting started tutorial we point out that you need to reference the 19.+ v7 app compat library. Our controls are built against API Level 19 as discussed here: http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/android/download-and-deployment/system-requirements
You need to have the target SDK and v7 AppCompat be version 19. Android Studio will let you know specifically which the latest 19.+ versions are as these are changing. After you update the settings in this way, you should be able to run our Examples app.
Additionally, we will update our online help to state this more clearly as it seems to be confusing.
Let me know should you have additional questions or feedback.
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