Build 32+64 bit APK using Qt Creator?
As of Aug 2019 Google Play Store requires the APK files to contain both a 32bit and 64bit version.
As far as I can tell, Qt Creator can only build APK's for a single target, so either ARM 32 (v7) or 64bit (v8), not both.
Hopefully I'm wrong here and someone can point to me an example :)
If not, does anyone know it this will be added to Qt Creator.
According to this article: https://developer.android.com/distribute/best-practices/develop/64-bit
For Android Studio it's just a matter of adding the additional platforms to ndk.abiFilters. However, that whole section isn't used by the Qt Creator's Gradle configuration.
Without this functionality it will be impossible to publish APKs created with Qt Creator for 32 bit devices.
What options do we have?
Can we export the Qt-project so that we can build with Android Studio, similar to XCode?
Hi and welcome to devnet,
That's a question better asked on the Qt Creator mailing list. You'll find there Qt Creator's developers/maintainers. This forum is more user oriented.
Very curious about this too!
+1 i haven't found an approach to this topic yet either
You can build 32 bit and 64 bit separately and upload both to Play Store. It's fully supported and your users won't have to download APK that's 2x bigger.