|Subject:||[Linphone-developers] Linphone Android arm64 Architecture Support|
|Date:||Mon, 1 Feb 2016 11:22:30 +0800|
|Dear Linphone Developers,|
Currently liblinphone for Android doesn’t have arm64 support. Although liblinphone can be used on arm64 device, the restriction is that no other third-party native library (written in C and built by NDK) supports arm64. Otherwise, those third-party native library will have the arm64 directory, and Android will use arm64 folder to search for liblinphone’s methods, which are not available apparently, and leads to crash.
The work around is to manually remove the arm64 directory if the third-party native library provides a jar file. However in modern Android development, including dependencies in Gradle is preferred option, and it is really troublesome to check, extract and remove the directory for every third-party library.
May I ask that are there any plans for having the arm64 support?
Looking forward to your reply.
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