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:
Hi, my app only work un WiFi, why not in mobile conection,,
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.
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.
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From Student to Indie Project
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.