[Android-development] Problems with statically built qt5.1 beta1 for android (Quick1)

Imre Tarjányi tarjanyi.imre01 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 1 14:29:03 CEST 2013

Thank you for your answer.
It works for me.

Best Regards
Imre Tarjanyi

2013/6/24 Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt <eskil.abrahamsen-blomfeldt at digia.com>

> On 06/03/2013 11:45 AM, Imre Tarjányi wrote:
> > "The default deployment mechanism in Qt 5 will bundle libraries
> > without using Ministro."
> > Do you mean the Qt libraries will be put into the final .apk file? Can
> > I do that in Qt creator 2.7.1 now? If yes, how? ( currently the
> > deployment of extra libraries is performed by 'adb' via simple file
> > copy to /data/local/tmp/qt/ )
> No, this requires Qt Creator 2.7.2. If you use the latest Qt 5.1 RC
> (which contains the correct version of Creator), the default deployment
> option is to put the Qt libraries in the .apk file. If you have changed
> the deployment options, then make sure you change it back to the
> default, i.e. select "Use Qt libraries from device" and also check the
> "Use local Qt libraries" option.
> We know the UI here isn't completely clear, and it will be improved in
> Qt Creator 2.8. Until then, here's a pretty detailed overview of the
> deployment options for Android:
> http://qt-project.org/doc/qtcreator-2.7/creator-deploying-android.html
> -- Eskil
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