While the editor of choice regarding C++ for Android* right now is eclipse*, Android Studio is starting to integrate the NDK as well.
Eclipse* with ADT plugin and CDT, all part of the ADT bundle, support the Android* NDK quite well. You can even use gdb integration to debug your native code.
However simple it is to create an x86 emulator using AVD, there are some common pitfalls that can result in failure while trying to create an x86 emulator instance.
Future versions of Project Anarchy will have many new features
It is easy it is to add support for x86 architecture to existing native Android applications. Adding support also has the potential of increased application performance.
Developers for Android*, Intel® RealSense™ technology and Windows* talk about their experience and inspiration developing apps and the resources available through the Intel® Developer Zone.
Building NDK Apps with Android Studio
AnDevCon keynote speech with Intel’s Jeff McVeigh: “Cross-platform tools: Your Ticket to 4 Billion Devices.” Learn how Intel(R) INDE and Intel(R) XDK development tools can help with cross-platform