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Benas

I’m sorry but I can’t seem to find options/preferences in qt android section.
This is what steps I take:
1)  configure Tools->Options->Android window like this:
(set JDK, SDK, NDK locations, mark “Automatically create kits for Android tool chains”)
then in same window I press “Start AVD Manager…” add Virtual (emulator ) device – it says – “AVD_For_Nexus_4_By_google” avd target – API 10, CPU/ABI – armeabi
this is what it looks like:
https://s19.postimg.org/s8u13n0cz/android_COnfig.png
ohh. and it says that i have 11 toolchains for this NDK.
Then I press apply.

2) Go to Tools ->Options -> Qt build And Run -> Kits -> Add manaual kit
I select device type as “Android device”
device – “Run on Android (Default for Android)”
And I make it this kit as “Default”
like this:
https://s19.postimg.org/twxrw13mb/create_New_Kit.png
Press Apply

3) Go to “Projects”->”My kit name”->”Run”

and all I can see is
https://s19.postimg.org/j7k33rrtf/run_Config.png
4) Press “Build “-> “Run”
And window appears which asks for executable

https://s19.postimg.org/dxf4ch7kj/Run.png

I don;t know what to do next .

These tutorials doesn’t help much

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