I have the android NDK already downloaded on my computer. How do I point fuse to the NDK location on the hard drive?
Hello @remnnis_scion, Its easy to setup SDK and NDK paths but you will face a big problem that not any NDK will be work fine with you. Depending to my experience i fail to link with any NDK bundle founded on the internet because there is some folders not existed on it like
While you can change it by editing the following file
I had already tried editing the .sdkconfig file and adding “Android.NDK.Directory”:“C:\android-sdk-windows\ndk-bundle” but had no luck.
What should I have typed instead?
I think, no need to use your custom NDK !
Why did you try to use yours ?
I didn’t want to redownload it from scratch since the NDK bundle is so heavy.
Downloaded it again though so now its working but I wish you could reuse NDKs and point them to fuse without downloading afresh everytime.