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Qt for Android
I am currently using Qt 5.11.2.
I have installed android_armv7 and android_x86, and have installed all JDK, SDK, and NDK for Android App development.
The manual says MinGW should be installed, is it different from mingw53_32 I already installed?
And what version of the JDK, NDK, SDK is available in the current Qt version?
@comet91-0 What manual do you mean? For Android you should use the compiler from NDK.
"And what version of the JDK, NDK, SDK is available in the current Qt version?" - none of them. Those are not part of Qt.
koahnig last edited by koahnig
The versions are indicated in this document http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/android-getting-started.html
I am using Qt5.11.3 with Android NDK version r10e
For some tests with latest Qt5.12.0 I am using
which should be the latest versions, if Google did not update again.
My question is, how do you relate to the version of JDK, NDK, SDK and Qt you are using?
I want to know what happens when I have installed the Android development environment but there is no complier.!
I am sorry, but thank you for the following method of fighting out.
your problem is, that the Qt-libaries for 5.11.2 do not work with your NDK.
ndk-r18b requieres you to use Qt 5.12 or newer.
for 5.11.2 you should use ndk-10e
like @koahnig said in his post.
Thank you very much.
Pablo J. Rogina last edited by
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