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These are step by step instructions for using the Android NDK to build Arm NN. They have been tested on a clean install of Ubuntu 18.04 and 20.04, and should also work with other OS versions. The instructions show how to build the Arm NN core library. Building protobuf is optional. We have given steps should the user wish to build it (i.e. as an Onnx dependency). All downloaded or generated files will be saved inside the $HOME/armnn-devenv directory.

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This release of the NDK includes many new APIs, most of which are introduced to support the development of games and similar applications that make extensive use of native code. Using the APIs, developers have direct native access to events, audio, graphics and window management, assets, and storage. Developers can also implement the Android application lifecycle in native code with help from the new NativeActivity class. For detailed information describing the changes in this release, read the CHANGES.HTML document included in the downloaded NDK package.

Before you get started make sure that you have downloaded the latest Android SDK and upgraded your applications and environment as needed. The NDK is compatible with older platform versions but not older versions of the SDK tools. Also, take a moment to review the System andSoftware Requirements for the NDK, if you haven't already.

Use the following commands to build and install the OpenSSL library for Android. Before running the commands download openssl-1.0.1g.tar.gz and; place the files in the same directory (the 'root' directory mentioned below); ensure ANDROID_NDK_ROOT is set; and verify suites your taste. ANDROID_API and ANDROID_TOOLCHAIN will be set by the script. The files can be obtained from , , and below (see Downloads section).

VES is normally built using a superbuild. A superbuild manages the download, configure, build, and install steps of multiple projects all at once. The VES superbuild will download vtkmodular, then configure and build both vtkmodular and VES using the appropriate cross compiler for the target architecture. The target architecture may be an android device, iOS device, or the iOS simulator on x86. When configuring vtkmodular and ves, cmake is invoked in cross compile mode using a toolchain file for the target architecture. The toolchain files are located in the CMake/toolchains directory.

Created by Google, repo is a tool which automates the downloading of a large number of git source repositories in an automated fashion using xml files called manifests. I will go into more detail about repo in the second half of this part of the book.

In order to install the NDK, download it using wget. wget -O /home/NDK.tar.gz -ndk32-r10-linux-x86.tar.bz2 tar xvjf NDK.tar.gz CROSS_COMPILE=/home/android/android-ndk-r10/arm-linux-androideabi-4.7/prebuilt/linux-x86_64/bin/arm-linux-androideabi-

Navigate to the Android Studio Archive in your web browser. Scroll down to Android Studio 4.0, click to unfold the dropdown, and download the appropriate installer or zip file for your operating system.

If the unzip command is not installed, you can extract the files using any other file extraction tool.By running the tar command, we are extracting the kernel source to /android/kernel. While creating a sub-directory for extracting is recommended, lets avoid it here for the sake of simplicity.Step 3: Install and set up the toolchainThere are several ways to install the toolchain. We will use the Android NDK to compile the kernel.Please visit to get details about NDK.For 64-bit Linux, download Android NDK android-ndk-r9-linux-x86_64-legacy-toolchains.tar.bz2 from -ndk-r9-linux-x86_64-legacy-toolchains.tar.bz2Ensure that the file is saved in the /android/ndk directory.Note: To be specific, we need the GCC 4.4.3 version to compile the downloaded kernel. Using the latest version of Android NDK will yield to compilation errors.

The set-up script will replace the ARM Mali GPU driver binary found in stock Nexus 10 AOSP firmware with the latest version available from ARM. You will need to download the driver manually for Mali-T60x on Android 5.0 after accepting the terms of the End User License Agreement:

As well as downloading the source code, it will also download proprietary firmware files distributed by Google that are not part of AOSP. They are necessary in order to get sound, wireless network and graphics to work. You will need to accept the licensing terms when the script will extract them in the set-up directory.

This page explains how to use NDK for android-x86 As the first step to support android ndk for Android-X86. we have created a prebuilt package for user to test. This wiki page explains how to use this ndk 1. download the ndk-x86.tgz from the download list 2. tar zxfv ndk-x86.tgz 3. cd ndk 4. build/ 5. build something by using command like below: make TARGET_PRODUCT=eeepc APP=hello-jni Please send you questions to android-x86 discussion group. ( -x86 )

For the foryo, you don't need to download the tarball mentioned above. Here is the new steps: You may just use the NDK shipped with froyo-x86 source tree. To build the hello example, cd ndk ./ndk-build -C samples/hello-jni To build more complex examples like san-angles using OpenGL, you need to build the required system libs first since they are not in NDK prebuilt libs. On top of froyo-x86 tree . build/ lunch vm-eng (or any target you'd like) m libGLESv1_CM Then you can build the example by cd ndk ./ndk-build -C samples/san-angeles Then build the x86 apk by Eclipse or Ant as usual.

Note the Android SDK is typically downloaded and installed automatically as part of the flow in Android Studio. If you are following this common route, be sure to note the location Android Studio uses to install the SDK. 041b061a72

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