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  • #20592

    Daniel Muriithi

    I tried to deploy my app and got this error

    Failed to start the activity. Reason: The command "/home/danny/Android/Sdk/platform-tools/adb" terminated with exit code 102..

    I checked all my adb settings and didn’t find any odd settings. What could be the problem?

    My SDK version is 26.11 and my NDK version is 17.1.48.

    #20595

    Günther
    Felgo Team

    I don’t see any obvious issue here. Newer NDK versions can have compatibility issues with Qt, so maybe an earlier NDK can help. Also I guess the Android/sdk directory is usually lower-case (‘sdk’, not ‘Sdk’) – not sure if relevant though.

    Are you able to build and deploy Android apps using your current setup and Android Studio. Can you install APKs using adb directly from command line?

    Qt/Qt Creator uses and instruments these Android tools, if there’s a general issue then your Felgo/Qt deployment is also affected.

    Best,
    Günther

    #20596

    Daniel Muriithi

    Turns out that error didn’t affect much as far as app deployment.  I just deployed 3 apps today.

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