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[Solved] 2019.3.0a4 incompatible ndk

Discussion in 'Linux Editor' started by jooleanlogic, Jun 1, 2019.

  1. jooleanlogic

    jooleanlogic

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    This version requires ndk19 yet hub still downloads ndk16.
    I can't even find the very specific ndk19 version it requires on google.

    - Update 15-Jun-19 -
    Solution found here
    Short of it is to use ndk r19 and not r19b which is latest.
     
    Last edited: Jun 14, 2019
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  2. b1oki

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  3. jooleanlogic

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  4. Beniamino

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    I agree completely. I have downloaded several and am just getting the same thing every time. It says we need NDK r19 (64-bit) (19.0.5232133). I have installed numerous versions of Unity as well as the SDKs, JDKs, and NDKs. This is wasting a whole lot of time, and nowhere can I find 19.0.5232133.
     
  5. Beniamino

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    I think I was able to get the AAP to work by using 2019.3.0b4 and using all three recommended tools, but it seems JDK is not installed.and the other two aren't using the recommended ones. Let me know if anyone still doesn't have it working.
     
  6. Nikos_G

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    For others stumbling into this, Unity Hub downloads the NDK in the wrong folder:
    eg. /Applications/Unity/Hub/Editor/UNITY_VERSION/PlaybackEngines/AndroidPlayer/NDK/android-ndk-r19b

    Just go there and move all files from android-ndk-* folder inside the .../NDK folder
     
  7. carrotstien

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    @Nikos_G !! thank you
    Unity devs....come on!
     
  8. abrarjahin28

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    For everyone struggling for ndk do this steps.
    1.Download android-ndk-r19c from the official page.
    2.Extract it.
    3.Go into the extracted folder and find source.properties
    4.Open it and change Pkg.Revision to Pkg.Revision = 19.0.5232133
    5.Now Enjoy!
     
  9. Serhanov

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    Thanks! It works..
     
  10. robinryf

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  11. pevicentini

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    You can also open a terminal window in your 'SDK\tools\bin' folder... and type:
    sdkmanager "ndk-bundle" "ndk;19.0.5232133"
    This should download and install the required NDK version inside your SDK folder. You can later move it to another location or reference it from this one.
    (Not tested but should work in theory)
     
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  12. cjcamanch

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    It is normal if it is written "are not officially supported"?
     
  13. cjcamanch

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    Tell me where can I download the normal SDK, for Unity? For some reason, the program does not detect the folder with the SDK.
     
  14. BelletGames

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    For the sdk you can download it when you download the unity version form unity hub
     
  15. tkamruzzaman

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    Many Thanks! Cheers!
     
  16. KIRANHPAHUJA

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    Thanks! It worked. You are god.
     
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