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Developing / Debugging Android apps on the Dell Venue 8-7000

I just got my hands on a the Venue 8-7000 and I was a little surprised to discover there weren't any development drivers available for Windows 8.x.

After some digging/experimenting I managed to get it working.  It required getting the hardware IDs via the device manager and manually adding the fields to the Google USB Drivers.

Full write-up is on my blog here:

http://www.themethodology.net/2015/03/using-dell-venue-8-7000-for-androi... 

HaxLogs.txt in root directory

Hello,

I couldn't find a way to install the HAXM Intel Emulator Accelerator on Windows 7 (86x64) with the log files properly contained in a user directory. For example, there is a HaxLogs.txt file in the root directory!

Since it's quite messy, could you please let me know how to fix this?

Latest version I tried was 5.2.

Thanks!

Tom

Beatbuddy, an Indie Game, Expands with New Technologies

Introduction

How does an indie game development company stay current and expand their market? Let’s look at multi-award winning indie game company Threaks, creators of BeatBuddy, and talk to Co-CEO Wolf Lang to see how they are navigating the game development world.

 From Student to Indie Project

  • Desarrolladores
  • Socios
  • Estudiantes
  • Android*
  • Apple iOS*
  • Microsoft Windows* 8.x
  • Android*
  • Desarrollo de juegos
  • UX
  • Windows*
  • Unidad
  • Beatbuddy
  • Threaks
  • th3aks
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  • unity
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  • Integrating ICC compiled Static library into native part of the Android App.

    Hi,

    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.

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