Linking fuse to the NDK location

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 mipsel-linux-android-4.9 windows-x86_64.
While you can change it by editing the following file C:\Users\{USERNAME}\AppData\Local\Fusetools\Fuse\Android\.sdkconfig


Hey @Ahmed_Diab

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.