Core - Android SDK


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Compile ( MacOs )

The Android SDK has a dependency on the Core System which is a library called

This library is compiled in the Android SDK component repository in the root folder

This library for now supports the following operating systems: MacOS


To perform the installation you need to have installed Homebrew on your Mac. In case you don't have it installed, you can see how it is installed in the following web page:

To compile this library you must follow the following steps:


  • Make a clone of the repository
$ git clone[YOUR_GIT_USERNAME]/beeping-core
  • Enter the beeping-core directory
$ cd beeping-core/android/
  • Install Android NDK
$ brew cask install android-ndk
  • Build the library
$ sh
  • At this point you have the library compiled to all the architectures into this directory: ./libs

Install ( MacOs )

The installation of this library for now must be done manually.

Then we leave you the following steps that you must follow:

$ cp -R ./libs/* [ANDROID_SDK_PATH]/AndroidBeepingCore/src/main/jniLibs/

Library Link

By default this library is already linked to the SDK project, which should not be done just open the Android SDK to work with the code source.


Muhammad Ali

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Last update: April 13, 2020