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Pinball Wizard
Join Date: 14 Apr 15
Posts: 50
Posted: Fri, 2015-04-24 09:16

Any plans to switch the SDK project to Android Studio?    Eclipse is no longer supported by Google.   I spent quite some time trying to get it all to work the other night, and I expect other devs (if there is anyone else even looking at AllPlay) will be also seeing the pain I did...

 

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Martin L.
Join Date: 9 Dec 14
Posts: 10
Posted: Thu, 2015-05-07 08:13

Indeed, was a pain to convert the sample projects of the Android-SDK.

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zoliff Moderator
Join Date: 2 Jan 14
Posts: 11
Posted: Mon, 2015-06-01 10:19

Thanks for the post.  We are indeed working on getting the SDK ported to Android Studio.  When completed we will update the release notes in the SDK that we post to the Qualcomm Developer Network.  Stay tuned.

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Pinball Wizard
Join Date: 14 Apr 15
Posts: 50
Posted: Sun, 2015-07-12 06:26

3 Months on, ADT no longer supported by Google, and still abaolutely nothing on this?

How can you claim that Allplay isn't a dead product?

 

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glennpierce
Join Date: 20 May 15
Posts: 13
Posted: Thu, 2015-07-16 02:12

Did you manage to get the library installed in AndroidStudio ?

I just can't get it to include the allplay res folder.

 

Thanks

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Pinball Wizard
Join Date: 14 Apr 15
Posts: 50
Posted: Tue, 2015-08-18 11:39

AllPlay Click SDK 2.01 out now.

Android Studio AAR  and Android M fixes and AllJoyn 15.04 being the headline features.

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gallowaa
Join Date: 14 Dec 15
Posts: 1
Posted: Fri, 2015-12-18 19:16

Any update on this? Would anyone care to share how they converted the tutorials?

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daniel.tai Moderator
Join Date: 19 Oct 15
Location: San Jose
Posts: 32
Posted: Sat, 2015-12-19 10:16

Hi gallowaa,

The latest v2.1.0 have the tutorial in Android Studio.  I apologize that we do not have assigned documentation team, so please find most of the information, such as on how to run the tutorial in Android Studio, in the README.txt.

Thank you.

Daniel

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