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Recommended steps for upgrading Vuforia via the Unity Editor

Discussion in 'Vuforia' started by meedabit, Jan 16, 2019.

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  1. meedabit

    meedabit

    Official Vuforia Employee Vuforia

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    To upgrade the version of Vuforia embedded in the Unity Editor, please follow these steps:
    1. Open the Unity Editor
    2. Select Window->Vuforia Configuration
      • If there is an error message about Vuforia not being enabled, please follow the instructions and restart this process
    3. If your version of Unity is eligible for a Vuforia update, you'll see a message and link to download the installer
    4. Download and extract installer executable from downloaded ZIP file
    5. Quit Unity Editor
    6. Run the installer executable
      • For Windows, select the folder that corresponds to the installed version of the Unity Editor that is eligible for the Vuforia update. Ex: C:\Program Files\Unity_2018.1.4f1
      • For Mac, select the drive
        • If the Unity installation you're upgrading
          • IS NOT in /Applications/Unity/, select "Customize" and change the Location to the desired folder
          • IS in /Applications/Unity/, select "Install" to complete the installation
    7. Restart the same version of the Unity Editor in Step #1
    8. Verify the update in the Unity Editor via Window->Vuforia Configuration
    If you have any previously installed Vuforia samples, you'll also want to download the updated versions of those from the Asset Store.

    Thanks,
    Vuforia Engine Support
     
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