Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Android ADB: “No such file or directory” trying to execute linux binary

While using Qt for developing Android applications, you may face error 'Android ADB: “No such file or directory”' if you are working under Linux on a 64-bit platform like Ubuntu 64. You need to install the i386 32-bit compatibility libraries.

How to use external Java libraries in Android project?

In the event you're developing an application with Android as a target platform, and you need to include an external Java library (in the form of a .jar file) into your project, you just need to create a folder libs under the folder android (that Qt Creator should already have created if you're using an Android manifest) and copy the library there.