# getting-started

Daniel The Man

02/27/2024, 2:08 AM
I am relatively new to Kotlin. I have created a very basic app with a timer. I want to save the timer duration to a Firebase real-time database. I have created the project and database in Firebase. And I even had it working. However, I made some edits to the visual appearance of my app, and now I can't get the data to save to my Firebase database. I must have edited something and didn't realize it. Can someone look over my fragment code and see if anything pops out to them as to why this wouldn't be working? Also, if this is not the best place to ask this, please let me know where I should post it. Thank you in advance!
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02/27/2024, 6:39 AM
You can use text snippets, they are collapsable
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02/27/2024, 2:10 PM
Please put your code snippet in here as a response to your message (a thread) so that the issues in the channel are more visible @Daniel The Man

Daniel The Man

02/27/2024, 4:52 PM
I figured out how to do a snippet. Still need assistance with the code if possible.
thanks @dmitriy.novozhilov and @Djuro
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I was able to fix the Firebase by starting a new project and moving my code into it. and resetting up firebase then it worked.
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