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    I’ve started using V_play in windows 10 platform and do all requirements that has been told in tutorial successfully but now I face an error in building any simple examples and after googling it still I can figure out what this error is and why does it happen exactly?

    the error message is :

    arm-linux-androideabi-g++: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-fstack-protector-strong’


    please help me.


    Felgo Team


    Sorry to hear you are having troubles!
    Did you already try uninstalling and reinstalling Felgo from scratch? If not please have a try, maybe it works.

    In case it doesn’t help, as a first step please verify if the issue also happens for a plain Qt Quick Application (with no Felgo components involved).
    You can create such a project in Qt Creator under “New Project – Application – Qt Quick Application”.

    Please get back to us with your results and the complete Log Output so we can have a look for any other hints to what might cause this.
    You can also send us the log to to avoid spamming the forum with the whole log.

    Günther from Felgo




    I did try ‘plain Qt Quick Application’ building and I’m strongly sure about Qt quick.

    I did the procedure of installation on fresh os and try to build one of example but I have another error message, the compiler message is :

    arm-linux-androideabi-g++: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-fstack-protector-strong’

    by the way, I e-mailed screenshot of this error in Qt creater.

    thanks for support.




    I get the latest version of NDK and I believe the problem has been resolved and now compiler is downloading some stuff from “” . my question is what this stuff is and why should this stuff must be gotten at compiling time? can I get them before compile and put them in a desired path? my internet connection is very slow and I ‘m still waiting for downloading finish.





    Any Answer?

    Thanks in advance for your helps.

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