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public override View OnCreateView(LayoutInflater inflater, ViewGroup container, Bundle savedInstanceState) { // Use this to return your custom view for this Fragment // return inflater.Inflate(Resource.Layout.YourFragment, container, false); View v = inflater.Inflate(Resource.Layout.FragmentBoardSelect, container, tablet layout: Mobile layout [email protected]:name attribute needs to be a fully qualified class name, either the C# name or the Android Callable Wrapper name (case sensitive). Caused by: android.app.Fragment$InstantiationException: Unable to instantiate fragment UnitsFragment: make sure class name exists, is public, and has an empty constructor that is public Default layout main:

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Also make sure please that in .axml file, when you specify the xml as background or whatever, use this format: android:background="@drawable/your_xml_file_name_without_filetype" Thanks and Cheers! 0 GustavoQuevedo Gustavo Quevedo USMember ✭ June Any ideas what I may be doing that is wrong? 0 JonathanPryor Jonathan Pryor USXamarin Team Xamurai April 2013 @Johnacharya: The problem is in your Main.axml; you mis-spelled "fragment":

The only differences in the code are the namespace and the number of using statements in the files. Change the namespace, and the corresponding [email protected]:name value must be updated as well. 0 CurleyWurley Paul Curle GBMember ✭ April 2013 edited April 2013 I'm still getting the error after I I believe it happens because either the XML is not properly formatted (missing < or > OR spelling mistakes) or incorrect xmlns:android URL. Android Error Inflating Class Viewpager Just in case someone else has the same issue you can find below what I found at the very bottom of the following link: Create a Fragment It is very important

Johnacharya John acharyaINMember ✭ February 2013 edited April 2013 in Android Hi, My code is Main.axml: