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Platform SDK not installed when trying to set up Qt for Android



  • Probably something I've done incorrectly, I'm trying to set up Qt for Android in Qt Creator 4.70 ( Qt 5.11),

    Now I've got the Java JDK installed and linked,
    Android NDK installed and linked and Android Studio installed with Oreo SDK fully downloaded and linked in creator but it can't seem to find the SDKS, not in the list or anything.

    Clicking yes on the update prompt does nothing at all

    Is there anything obvious that I've messed up?

    Thanks
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    Everything installed is the newest versions, installed yesterday.



  • Solved, downgraded to JDK V8 and it worked.



  • Thanks. This worked for me.
    Install Java 8 and select the location for Java (tools->options->devices)
    Ex. /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64.
    restart QC and check tools->options->devices
    Note: Keep the latest version of java as the default JDK


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