So first, I really hope this means you got the Windows part working.
As for Android:
If you downloaded the NDK separately, then set Blurrr’s NDK path to
that. The correct directory should contain files like "ndk-build.cmd"
and folders like “toolchain”.
If you installed the NDK through Android Studio via going to the
Configure (on the launch screen) -> “SDK Manager” and then going to
the SDK Tools tab, and checking/installing “NDK”, Android likes to put
it inside the SDK directory.
So the SDK would be something like:
And the NDK would be
One note, Android recently changed the NDK slightly and broke Blurrr’s
little green checkmark for the NDK. You may still see the warning
badge instead. This will not prevent Blurrr from working though. Just
be very sure you are pointing at the right directory (e.g. the one
with ndk-build.cmd and toolchain).
One final thing I forgot, on Windows, I also need you to install
Strawberry Perl. It was a temporary workaround for Windows I’ve been
planning to remove, but haven’t been able to do so yet.
or Direct link:
Please install that and then Generate Project should create an Android
Studio project in your New Project’s BUILD/Android directory, e.g.
In Android Studio, select Open an existing Android Studio project. And
go to that directory and open it.
At this point, you should be able to go to the Build and Run menus to
build and run the project.