How to use external library in Android project

by Sj » Tue, 03 Nov 2009 06:26:27 GMT

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 Hi, Naveen

I know how to add .jar file in project explorer.
But when Android build the project, it doesn't add the external
That's why the application (which built successfully) got crash when I
run it in the Android emulator.

Any other way you know?

On Oct 30, 6:02am, Naveen Krishna Ch <>


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