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Qt / Ministro Crashes on Nexus 5 (Android 4.4 Kitkat)
I've tried to test Qt on my brand new Nexus 5.
I installed the following from google play:
- Ministro 2
- Introduction to Qt5
- Qt 5 Everywhere
Both Qt Application crashes during start.
I think the problem is in Ministro 2. I've additionally installed:
- Ministro configuration tool 2
If I change the source from stable to testing, Ministro tries to start itself for updating but it crashes.
Can some report the same issue?
Is there a workaround?
What happens if you uninstall Ministro 2 and Ministro Configuration Tool 2 first, and then launch the app again? The app should automatically grab any extra files it needs.
If it still crashes, please file a bug report at http://bugreports.qt-project.org/
I,ve unistalled Ministro and configuration tool.
Unchanged behaivior if i try to Start the qt app.
It is crashing during start.
Otherwise I will Start a bug report.
Does the standalone APK works ? meaning using "Bundle Qt Libraries in APK" during the APK build.
At the moment, i've only tested qt apps from play store.
I will test deploying a simple app with qt creator and build in qt libraries.
Till now, i've only developed for Windows and Linux. Is there an actual quick start guide for qt 5.1.1 and Android?
I have no more ideas. Feel free to create a bug report and provide as many details as you can (including error messages). The Qt Project has probably never tested on Android 4.4 before, since it was just released last week.
Documentation is at http://doc-snapshot.qt-project.org/qt5-stable/android-support.html
However, Qt 5.1.1 doesn't have full Android support. I recommend downloading the Qt 5.2 beta if you want to try deploying your own app.