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Qt Android on Windows : EABI and AVD problems
I am trying to create an application for Android by using Windows 10. I am using Qt 5.9.
I installed "NDK, JDK, ANT" and also the Android SDK by installing Android Studio.
I am very new at this and I have two problems.
1- When I click on Add at the bottom, I have an error saying "cannot create a avd for abi armeabi v7a install an image for it"
I tried installing it in the SDK Manager but I don't see any EABI to install:
2- The second issue is : In the Qt option window, when I click on "Start AVD Manager", I have "avg manager ui tool is not available in the installed sdk tools (version 26.0.2). Use the command line tools"
Thank you so much,
seems Google has removed some things .
Another user could make it working by using an older version. see this topic for more details.
@Eddy Thank you. I was able to solve my first problem with the EABI error. In the SDK manager I didn't see but there was a button to show package details and I was then able to install EABI.
However, I have not idea what to do for he AVD manager. "avg manager ui tool is not available in the installed sdk tools (version 26.0.2). Use the command line tools". I guess I could install an earlier SDK but I wasn't sure it was a good option for the future...
I guess I could install an earlier SDK but I wasn't sure it was a good option for the future...
That's exactly how it was fixed in the other thread. I don't now another solution at this moment, sorry.
Maybe you could ask around in the android developers forums.
Perfect thank you. Just out of curiosity, do you think they will eventually offer the GUI for this version or do you think they just stop supporting it ?
That I surely don't know. I'm not one of the decisionmakers... More specialized forums might have more inside information...
Thank you. I was able to download an earlier version (Android SDK 25.2.3) from http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5425-android-sdk.html
However what I don't understand is that it only includes a "tools" folder. However, it does not include a SDK manager and other things (like tools-platforms and etc.). I am thus not sure that I have the good package. Withtout the SDK manager I would not be able to install the required package (like EABI).
Eddy last edited by Eddy
I don't know the techspot download area you're using.
You might have a look at this KDAB Android episode. It shows where we used to download the needed parts.
Hope it helps
Thank you I was able to download version 25 and it works.