i made an updated video tutorial that should walk you through how to install the sdk ndk and jdk properly, make environment variables point to the right place, and avoid all the confusing packaging problems in 4.25.1 https://youtu.be/4SY2Za6j7UY
Hi ViceVersa, thanks for the detailed video. I can copy your steps right up until it comes to changing sdk config paths in UE, then UE crashes. I see this in the crash report:
Unhandled Exception: 0xe0434f4d KERNELBASE mscorwks mscorwks mscorlib_ni mscorlib_ni mscorlib_ni mscorlib_ni mscorwks mscorwks mscorwks mscorwks mscorwks mscorwks mscorwks shell32 shell32 shell32 shell32 shell32 shell32 shell32 windows_storage windows_storage windows_storage explorerframe explorerframe explorerframe windows_storage windows_storage windows_storage SHCore ntdll ntdll kernel32 ntdll
I had set up for android before using the official way here, but I couldn’t accept the SDK licence or see my android in the launch devices. (I could however see it in the UE Device manager and adb devices.)
Do you know what could be causing the UE crash when I try to change the sdk config paths?