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asked 2012-11-29 06:26:15 -0500

Elki gravatar image

Hello. Already whole week I try to connect OpenCV library to Android on Eclipse. Constantly deduces The container 'Android Dependencies' references non existing library 'C:.android\OpenCV-2.4.3-android-sdk\sdk\java\bin\opencv library - 2.4.3.jar'. Re-read all messages at a forum on the matter, tried all adnroid API, completely updated all libraries, downloaded Tegra Pack, to sense isn't present any. Write please mini guide, and that already forces simply aren't present.

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answered 2013-01-27 18:14:35 -0500

Guru G gravatar image
  1. See that you have imported latest opencv-android sdk
  2. Go to Project>Properties>Android and select checkbox for Project Build Target as latest API (11 or more)
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  1. Click on OpenCV Library - 2.4.9
  2. Project>Properties>Android and select checkbox for Project Build Target as latest API (11 or more)
    Its funny because, I set the API for my own project instead and hence was never removing the error.
fear2433 gravatar imagefear2433 ( 2014-11-13 09:28:37 -0500 )edit
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answered 2012-12-08 10:21:47 -0500

Mani gravatar image

same here, I have read somewhere updating the SDKs helps out of this problem .however,my packages are all up-to-dated till this post`s date. any further guide?

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