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Android converts strings differently than most systems so some characters are not legal – for instance, “&” cannot be used in an Android string, you must convert this to its ASCII value: & or &

You can write this directly in the text layer in Photoshop!


You do not need to check the full PSD, often times you can look in Eclipse or Android Studio and you will see a [x] beside the string file that has the invalid characters. Check which element in the string file is incorrect – then reference that element in your PSD.

This should save you lots of debugging time!

In future updates we will convert these strings on the fly - less work for you!
Added July 13, 2015 3:09 pm

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