I recently installed Qt5 and works like a charm for API 17 and armeabi-v7a.
But I added second AVD with other parameters (of course, I installed packages in AVD settings). Now, I can’t compile first project and new project for API10. When check any toolchain (armeabi or armeabi-v7a), window for choose AVD says that I don’t have compatible AVD (in message displays that AVD supports
Anyone know how I can repair this? I think that problem is with “
There seems to be another workaround for this problem:
In QtCreator -> Projects -> BuildEnvironment add the variable
Then the AVDs are shown as compatible.
It turns out that this is indeed a changed behaviour in the latest version of the Android SDK, where it lists AVDs with prefixed tag information. So instead of
armeabi-v7a it’s returning
default/armeabi-v7a, resulting in QtCreator complaining that the ABI is not supported.
Here is the QtCreator bug report: https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTCREATORBUG-11658
You can either wait for a new QtCreator to be released after the patch goes in (it’s being reviewed at the moment), or you can try to downgrade your Android SDK Tools from version 22.6 to something that reports only
ABI: armeabi-v7a instead of
Tag/ABI: default/armeabi-v7a when you execute
android list avd
Spent some time figuring out how to downgrade from Android SDK Tools 22.6. Here’s how to downgrade:
Download Android SDK Tools 22.3
Rename tools-folder to tools-22.6 under SDK (eg. ~/adt-bundle-linux-x86_64-20131030/sdk/tools)
- Extract the downloaded tools to above path