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Re: [Linphone-developers] With the announcement from Google about 64 bit

From: Sylvain Berfini
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] With the announcement from Google about 64 bit support for apps on the Play Store, I am struggling to get the 4.0.1 SDK working with 64 bit.
Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2019 09:20:23 +0100
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Hi Gregory,

Actually the link I gave you is for linphone-sdk which is the same thing as liblinphone.

However you are having errors with the latest version because you are using the legacy Java wrapper and I gave you the link to a SDK with the new one.

I strongly recommend you to switch to the one as the previous one is deprecated, ins't maintained and doesn't include latest added APIs. But if you still want to stick with it for a while we have created a "legacy" package which are the same libraries but with the old wrapper :

Best regards,

Le 06/12/2019 à 08:37, iv gregory a écrit :
Hello Sylvain and thank you for your quick response.

The problem is that as described in linphone wiki:

There is two kinds of libs available:

Linphone is an open source softphone for voice and video over IP calling and 
instant messaging, which makes it possible to communicate freely with people 
over the internet. It is fully SIP-based, for all calling, presence and IM 
Linphone is available for smartphones, tablets and desktop platforms:
mobile:  iOS, Android
desktop:  GNU/Linux, macOS, Windows Desktop, Windows 10
embedded targets: Yocto, Xamarin

Liblinphone is a high-level SIP library integrating all calling and instant 
messaging features into an unified easy-to-use API.
It is the cross-platform VoIP library on which the Linphone application is 
based, and that anyone can use to add audio and video calls or instant 
messaging capabilities to an application.

So, why you suggest me to use Linphone instead of Liblinphone?

If I try to use Linphone instead of Liblinphone directly I get errors in 
already existed project with initially integrated Liblinphone:

I get the following errors in my import:

Cannot resolve symbol 'LinphoneCore'


Cannot resolve symbol 'LinphoneCall'

(Check the printscreen bellow)

Please, help.

Thank you upfront for your efforts.

Best regards,


05.12.2019, 19:51, "Sylvain Berfini" <address@hidden>:

The repository you are using is the oldest one, that is why you don't
see the latest versions.

You can find the 4.2 in
repository but it is now deprecated.
The all new repository that mixes snapshots & releases base on the
semantic versioning name is available at:

It contains the latest 4.2 releases, the 4.3 alpha & beta versions and
soon the 4.3 release.


Le 05/12/2019 à 16:00, iv gregory a écrit :
  Dear Linphone community, please, help...

  With the announcement from Google about 64 bit support for apps on the Play 
Store, I am struggling to get the 4.0.1 SDK working with 64 bit.

  Here is the link to the Google explanation announcement itself:

  On the link bellow I have found the similar problem description which I faced 
but with other library type (linphone):

  The solution which they recommend is to use the following lib (also linphone) 

  But In my case I use the following lib and there is no 4.2 version available 
(liblinphone) :

  List of available liblinphone libraries (no 4.2 version available) :

  Please, help to find the solution.

  Do they suppose to release liblinphone-sdk-4.2.aar ?

  Thank you everyone for any help.

  Best regards and best whishes.


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