When developing an app for android and testing it on my device always get an error message when I try to install my game if I already have a version of it on the device. So I always have to first uninstall the app, and then install the new one. This is very tedious when you are in rapid developing and testing a lot. It would be so much smoother if you could just install the new version and have it overwrite the old one. Is this possible somehow? Maybe some setting that can change this?
Activate developer mode and USB debugging on your phone, don't manually install the app(just run it from your IDE) and it will overwrite properly each time, alternatively you can just raise the version number before each deployment (you don't need to uninstall before installing a newer version)