I have searched the internet and not finding a solution, I am running under Arch LInux Manjaro 64 bit;
Ran MaintenanceTool and installed all Options.
Trying to setup Android NDK; under Tools -> Options -> Devices -> Android
Under Android NDK: Cannot create kits for all architectures:
x86-linux-android-elf-64bit and arm-linux-android-elf-64bit
I have also installed the SDK and NDK from AUR, also installed as many Android complies as I can find; they did cut down on many errors about the 32 bit versions; but I found those under V-PlaySDK : V-Play folders: android_armv7 and android_x86.
Under Build & Run -> Qt Version;
I find the above folders (android_armv7 and android_x86) are for 32 bit versions of the same files (arm-linux-android-elf-32bit, x86-linux-android-elf-32bit)
I have all the 64 bit tools installed; as well as 32 bit; which is working fine.
My guess is that V-Play does not provide the 64 bit versions; and to add a custom one; you must have a folder to point to qmake for that platform. I must be missing something; a dependency or something; or V-Play does not require these files. Everything works fine without them; I just wanted a clean install.
Thank for any help