Jan 15, 2016 ... I am currently working on an android application which streams radio. (This is the
app). I use native decoder library which is called aacdecoder. Everything was
fine till app gets crash error on some android devices. It was ...
UnsatisfiedLinkError. public class UnsatisfiedLinkError extends LinkageError ...
Constructs an UnsatisfiedLinkError with no detail message. UnsatisfiedLinkError(
String s). Constructs an UnsatisfiedLinkError with the specified detail message.
It looks like it's trying to load a native library, and there isn't support in Android
Gradle for native code yet. You should double-check the docs for your library to
confirm; I tried to look it up but it looks like it's a commercial library ...
Does the error you're getting say that it couldn't load the library at all or that there
was an unimplemented method? Either way make sure you don't have android:
hasCode="false" set on the application tag in your manifest.
I found the problem. The other jar I wanted to add uses internally a C++ library
with support for armeabi , armeabi-v7a , x86 and mips . The native library I was
using all this time supported only armeabi . The device I am using ...
UnsatisfiedLinkError happens when your code tries to call smth that doesn't exist
for some reason: post about it ... add upon start-up whether the package name
and method that is later causing the UnsatisfiedLinkError can be resolved.
After a bunch of searching, I found this: "3. If your application project doesn't have
a JNI part, just copy the corresponding OpenCV native libs from /sdk/native/libs/
to your project directory to folder libs/." So that means copy the \armeabi, ...
I was facing the same problem after using the latest Android version > 25. Here is
how i fixed the problem. create three folder under app/jniLibs. a. app/jniLibs/x86
b. app/jniLibs/armeabi c. app/jniLibs/armeabi-v7a. As shown in ...