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    I try both on Windows and Linux to build Android application with fresh Felgo installation.

    For that i downloads last version, installs it, and restart maintenance tool to add Android (armv7) component.

    I configure QtCreator with last version of JDK (1.8.0_201), Android SDK from last version of Android Studio and Android NDK r18b

    Then i try to build freshly created “Basic Application” for Android, but the build fail with follwing error message:

    “The installed SDK tools version (26.1.1) does not include Gradle scripts. The minimum Qt version required for Gradle build to work is 5.9.0/5.6.3”


    I try to install another version of SDK platform from QtCreator (Android 6.0), but there is no changes.


    Felgo Team

    Hi Jean,

    as Qt Creator utilized your installed Android Tools for building, there can be compatibility issues with certain Android SDK or NDK versions. Specifically, the latest Android NDK version 18 does not yet work correctly as far as we know. Please remove your current NDK installation and install an earlier version. For example an Android NDK version r10e up to version 17 should work fine. You get them from the NDK archives:

    In case you suffer from a “No toolchains found in the NDK toolchains folder for ABI with prefix: mips64el-linux-android” error, you can find more information and solution steps here:


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