Yes, I solved it. I don't remember how I installed it but strangely my installation missed ONLY this qhelplink.h and QHelpLink. How strange!
@JKSH Yes now It's working Thank you so much!
Could you resolve it? I'm having the same problem as @akshaybabloo, I've tried everything without success, this is making me crazy.
EDIT: SOLVED IT!! @akshaybabloo and @Talkless, check your CMakeLists.txt file, the one in the base of your project; there you must have a line saying
Just surround it with if's, just like this
Now everything works as expected.
@noone Would this be of any help to you? https://forum.qt.io/topic/79730/no-build-step-for-android
It seems this guy had the same problem and solved it with adding gradle.
Usually that error has to do with missing ndk/sdk or the more likely ant/gradle. Try running the build or deploy on the command line and see if it gives you more information.
you may have several problems, but the first one is that you assigned a 32bit compiler to a 64bit Qt version. That will not work.
@jsulm It has no business with g++. g++ is installed, and even though not, I have clang++ still.