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Daniel Winsor

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HELP! Unfortunately your <fill any project name> has stopped error.  
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  Posted: Apr 1, 2017 5:38 PM
My app does this as well as any new project I create.
I'm using sdk 19 and NDK 19
My phone is a oneplus one ARM v7 (OS ver 6.01)

any help would be appreciated.

As a side note, I've develop android apps with Android Studio (0 problems), Basic for Android (0 problems).
Is this C++ to android fully baked? I'm considering using it at work for a project due April 15th.
If I have this many problems at work as well, I won't meet my deadline. :(

Thanks for all replies in advance!!!!!!!!!!

Dan.
Daniel Winsor

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  Posted: Apr 1, 2017 5:50 PM   in response to: Daniel Winsor in response to: Daniel Winsor
Daniel Winsor wrote:
My app does this as well as any new project I create.
I'm using sdk 19 and NDK 19
My phone is a oneplus one ARM v7 (OS ver 6.01)

any help would be appreciated.

As a side note, I've develop android apps with Android Studio (0 problems), Basic for Android (0 problems).
Is this C++ to android fully baked? I'm considering using it at work for a project due April 15th.
If I have this many problems at work as well, I won't meet my deadline. :(

Thanks for all replies in advance!!!!!!!!!!

Dan.

Ok, I built with the r9 ndk and 21 sdk and demo app worked.
Now to try my app!!!!
Daniel Winsor

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SOLVED: Unfortunately your <fill any project name> has stopped error.  
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  Posted: Apr 2, 2017 5:57 AM   in response to: Daniel Winsor in response to: Daniel Winsor
Daniel Winsor wrote:
Daniel Winsor wrote:
My app does this as well as any new project I create.
I'm using sdk 19 and NDK 19
My phone is a oneplus one ARM v7 (OS ver 6.01)

any help would be appreciated.

As a side note, I've develop android apps with Android Studio (0 problems), Basic for Android (0 problems).
Is this C++ to android fully baked? I'm considering using it at work for a project due April 15th.
If I have this many problems at work as well, I won't meet my deadline. :(

Thanks for all replies in advance!!!!!!!!!!

Dan.

Ok, I built with the r9 ndk and 21 sdk and demo app worked.
Now to try my app!!!!

My app now works with the r9 NDK and sdk 21

Hope this thread helps anyone also trying to get their app working.
(I just thought I could go download the latest NDK and SDK and use those. Didn't work)
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