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OverviewV-Play 2 Support (Qt 5)Emulators In V-Play › Reply To: Emulators In V-Play
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Benas

GT said:

I did mean the Android section in the options/preferences – maybe I didn’t write that clear enough ­čśë

Actually, it shouldn’t be necessary to manually add a Qt Kit for Android. After everything is installed, it should be auto-detected.
Did you maybe miss the installation of the Qt packages for Android? They are also required besides the Android SDK/NDK.
You can install┬áthem with the MaintenanceTool in your V-Play installation folder. Choose “Add or remove components” and select “Android armv7” in the Qt/Qt 5.5 section.

Yes it did the job. After installing┬á“Android armv7” in the Qt/Qt 5.5 section I was able to choose Android for armeabi-v7a kit in “Projects”. In “manage kits” I also choose this kit as default, then started the game, everything built successfully , when emulator showed up, I swithched it on and waited until the deployment finished (took me about 18 mins). I’m very grateful for your help! Thank you very much!

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