Hello, So I have an idea for an app, and figured it needs to become a reality. So a few days ago I started looking into development for the android. I figure this will be a long hard road as my coding experience does not extend beyond a little HTML.
I have an android app. The app is basic in its functioning .
I decided to add native code to this app. So I put a square function ( C code ) inside jni folder and compiled it . This shared library I used in the android app and it works ok.
I was given a statically ICC compiled library that does something similar and asked to use it also .
Then with Intel INDE installed already I decided to use the ICC for compiling the ndk part . So I followed the following link.
I have a fresh installation of Window 7pro, 64bit, Core 2 Duo, Intel x86 HAXM 5.2, 6gb Ram, Android Studio 1.0.2.
Do I need Intel Atom System Image installed? if so, which one, the 64?
When I start AVD manager in Android studio. It tells me that :
"emulator: ERROR: x86 emulation currently requires hardware acceleration! Please ensure Intel HAXM is properly installed and usable. CPU acceleration status: HAX kernel module is not installed!"
Then I go to file location to install HAXM manually. in the middle of installation, it pops up a window says:
"Failed to configure driver: unknown error. Failed to open driver"
There are some solutions online but nothing works. I have attached log. Is there anyone can help me?
Hello Intel :(
I Am Trying to install HAXM for android but its show me error
My System Is :
Intel® Core™ i5-4440 Processor
(6M Cache, up to 3.30 GHz)
i already check BIOS setting Virtulization is Enable And i already check with Intel Utility Tool.
and i already disable from bios and check again in studio still shows error .
my Windows is :
i disable avast for 10mins and try again result remain same.
I'm currently trying to install HAXM to use the AVD emulator in Eclipse
- Enabling the VT in the BIOS, restarting and trying again
- Installing the newest version of HAXM from the Intel site.
- Disabling Hyper-V
I've rebooted multiple times and checked the BIOS where VT is enabled
I also couldn't find Hyper-V in my Windows Features so it isn't installed
I'm trying this on a Windows 8.1 64-bit HP Envy Laptop
Intel i7 Processer, 8GB ram
I try to install android usb driver, but I Get message " this OS is not supported". And there is no "Compatibility" folder when I have a look to "IntelAndroidDrvSetup1.1.5.exe" properties. Where is the problem ?
I've downloaded and installed the Intel System Studio 2015 Update 1, and am now trying to build an ROM image for the Dell Venue 8 (model 3840 - Merrifield), and I just don't see any reference to how to build this full OS image. Am I missing something here? Was expecting the System Studio install to include the MDK per the FAQ tab on this page: https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-mobile-development-kit-for-androi...
Anyone any ideas what I'm missing?
The current Intel Android Driver Setup utility 1.1.5 doesn't support KitKat 4.4.4 or higher. When I connect a dell Venue 8 HD (Latest Version) to a Win7 PC, the device driver is not found.
Is there any other driver I can use, or is there appending update for the Intel Android Driver Setup utility?