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Switch from Android Studio to "Installed with Unity Android SDK/NDK"

Discussion in 'VR' started by Rs, Oct 28, 2019.

  1. Rs

    Rs

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    I am working on a VR project on Quest. It was easy to kick off because I had Android Studio with all the tools setup from a previous project. I can build and test on the Quest with Build and Run, see debug output with adb and so on. The only thing is that I cannot take advantage of the Play mode to test Live, which would accelerate development for sure.
    I assume this is due to not having the "installed with Unity" versions of Gradle, Android SDK/NDK.
    Am I right?

    Here's a screenshot of the interesting part of Preferences > External Tools


    And here is the console's output


    So again, I have Android Studio installed and I would like to switch to Unity's versions and I wanted to check with the Forum if there's a to-do list somewhere or if there's anything I should be aware of because I am in a situation where it works now, even though not optimally, and being in the middle of a project I don't want to screw myself up.

    Do I simply uninstall Android Studio and then install Android support through Hub?

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Oct 28, 2019
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