Android NDK for MIPS

Android RobotIn case you didn’t know, you can build native Android code using the NDK for MIPS processors. It’s actually super straightforward.

From the Android Developer site:

To generate MIPS machine code, include mips in your Application.mk file’s APP_ABI definition. For example:

APP_ABI := mips

For more information about defining the APP_ABI variable, see Application.mk.

The build system places generated libraries into $PROJECT/libs/mips/, where $PROJECT represents your project’s root directory, and embeds them in your APK under the /lib/mips/ directory.

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