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My dpAndroid Folder has everything, but my Android project doesn’t do anything. It’s blank. Do I need to add my.apk somewhere?
in order to compile a project we need to have:
A layout to be used for the application
A source code to be compiled
Android SDK installed
So you cannot get such a project from git because you don’t have any of them.
You also mentioned you might have the files elsewhere and you could have them with you but it’s not a good idea to add your APK to your git repo.
Instead you should create a new project and add these files to it.
This way you would be able to work with the project locally and push changes to the repo later on.
I’ve answered to your comment below.
You have to add the apk file to the Android project so it can be compiled.
You don’t have to “add” the apk. You just need to set it as the “Project Properties”->”Android”->”Add”->”Existing project…”->”Select”->”Your.apk file”.
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