The code can be found here
The installation supposes the installation of the
NDK (see below) and then running the app.
As an android app, you need to have a java JDK installed.
We use Gradle as builder tools. You need to install it too.
Before being able to build the app, you need to specify, in a local.properties file, in the root folder, the Android SDK and NDK location, with sdk.dir and ndk.dir, example:
the current version of the `NDK` is
Running the app
After, you can launch the Gradle wrapper from the project directory, example:
To install on a device:
- Switch the Android device to dev mode (generally, tap 7 times on "Version number" in parameters)
- Enable USB debugging
- Connect the device to your computer (with screen unlocked to see the prompt)
- Accept the prompt on your device, to authorize your computer
- Launch gradlew with
Note: We currently use
android-sdk 25, with
minSdkVersion 19, and
echOpen virtual machine
At this link, you'll find an Ubuntu Virtual Machine. All the environment is set-up so as you don't have to worry about anything when running echOpen's Android App !
Here are two or three useful things to know to find your way
username : echtopianpassword : echtopian
echOpen Android appis under
To run it on Android Studio,
Android sdk path is
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