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How to create Android expansion files to be use with Qt on Android
Phataas last edited by Phataas
I am currently developing an Android app using Qt / QML and my app will be a lot larger than the 50 MB Google Play Store limit due to media files that are to be bundled, so I have to use extension files. After some searching I found on a page a line saying that Qt resource system can help make .obb extension files:
"For large resources that do not fit into the Google Play store 50 MB limit, qrc can generate rcc files that can be put in obb"
but I can not find any information on how to do this or how to access those files from my code.
So far I have made an .rcc file using Qt. Now I have to use the JOBB tool, but not sure how to. The final question is how to access the files I bundled in the .rcc file.
I was also thinking that I could just upload the .rcc file directly as Google Play accepts any file format for expansion files, but then I would not be able to get it encrypted.. but how could I access the .rcc file? Do I have to write some Java code or could I get it to work from Qt C++/QML?