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  How do I import libgdx to AIDE for Android?  (Read 4830 times)
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Offline tom_mai78101
« Posted 2014-02-06 06:51:46 »

Since libgdx moved to github, there aren't a lot of tutorials showing you how to import libgdx into Android. Even more difficult is the fact that I don't know what JARs to choose to put into AIDE.

Can someone with knowledge on libgdx show me what JARs I need to use to import into my phone, and also show me how I can import and set the build path to the JAR, in order to make Android apps in AIDE?

For those who don't know AIDE, it is an integrated development environment forAndroid that allows developers to create, compile, and debug Android, Java, and C apps on an Android phone or tablet. In my case, it is my phone.

One would ask why I am not programming on a computer. I am not allowed to bring a computer with me, therefore I have to resort to using my phone as my main dev device.

Thanks in advance.
Offline jrenner
« Reply #1 - Posted 2014-02-06 08:17:24 »

I don't know about AIDE, but if you need to know what jars to put where, you can take a look at the docs for libgdx with IntelliJ:
Offline tom_mai78101
« Reply #2 - Posted 2014-02-06 11:37:35 »

Thanks for providing the link.

With the help of the screenshots, I can now actually import the libraries via File Explorer to extract the nightly build zip file to the libs directory folder.

Since there aren't much guides left, I will just post the steps I did here.

1. Download libgdx nightly builds ZIP file.
2. In AIDE, create a new Hello World project.
3. In any file explorer app (I use ES File Explorer), extract the following contents into the "libs" folder in your newly created project folder:

ARM folders in the ZIP, the whole folders.

4. Rebuild project. Done.
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