Tried every single one of the suggested solutions, i.e.
- Run on emulator - didn’t work
- Run on actual device - didn’t work
- Compile from command line and then install by copying apk - didn’t work
- Compile and install from Android studio - didn’t work
- Updating Application.mk and gradle.properties. Details of this one as follows:
- In Application.mk to APP_ABI := all (Or a list - armeabi armeabi-v7a x86 arm64-v8a)
- In gradle.properties set PROP_APP_ABI=all (or the list - armeabi-v7a x86 armeabi arm64-v8a)
and add -> android.useDeprecatedNdk=true
- In Project’s build.gradle, inside defaultConfig, added the following:
abiFilters “all” (or “armeabi-v7a”, “x86”, “armeabi”, “arm64-v8a”)
But this also didn’t work!!
For the sake of clarity, the compilation and building apk works fine. The app installs also. But the app crashes as soon as it is launched. BTW, am not running HelloWorld app, I am deploying my own app. It is compiling and running fine on iPhone simulators, running fine on actual iPhone. Just crashing on Android.
Can someone please help? Have followed multiple posts, but none of the solutions seem to work.
More info, am running the latest version of cocos, i.e. 3.16, latest version of studio, i.e. 3.0.1, buildToolsVersion 27.0.1, build gradle 3.0.1
What else can I provide to help debugging? @slackmoehrle, do you know what needs to be done?