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Fixed

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3

Found in

2019.3.0a1

2019.3.0a9

Issue ID

1168979

Regression

Yes

[HUB] HUB doesn't install the right Android SDK and NDK tools

Hub

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To repro:
- get the latest HUB
- install the latest version fo 2019.3, with the Android module and SDK and NDK tools
- notice that, in the Preferences window, you'll get a warning that the tools are not installed and the recommendation to install them from the HUB (which we just did)

Reproduces on all 2019.3 (tested on 2019.3.0a9 and 2019.3.0a8)
Does not repro on 2019.2 or 2019.1
On Linux, Both NDK and SDK seem to have issues
On Windows and MAC OS I only noticed the warning for the NDK

Tested on HUB version 2.0.3

  1. Response avatar

    Resolution Note (fix version ):

    Fixed with Hub v2.0.4

Comments (18)

  1. E66c273010ee2ff0262dfc466971ead3?d=mm

    n0alias

    Jan 21, 2020 22:30

    The problem is during the install, It is hard to notice the dropdown > that lets you check the boxes for the ndk install.. and when you do not check it..it uses the old version 16b instead and doesn't let you upgrade it to anything higher through preferences manually.

  2. E66c273010ee2ff0262dfc466971ead3?d=mm

    n0alias

    Jan 21, 2020 22:15

    The problem is during the install, It is hard to notice the dropdown > that lets your check the boxes for the ndk install.. and when you do not check it..it uses the old version 16b instead and doesn't let you upgrade it to anything higher through preferences manually.

  3. E4004cb31f69224c16e126568fa3570b?d=mm

    xiangyi88889999

    Dec 27, 2019 05:26

    Still happening with 2019.2.17 and Hub 2.2.1.

  4. Be58ae9ce73a5894d1faf8ee1b424103?d=mm

    antifuzz

    Dec 17, 2019 14:05

    Still happening to me on Hub 2.2.1 and Unity 2019.3.0f3

  5. B101dcff630175f6b18e104a3dfe8d68?d=mm

    wesp_s

    Dec 17, 2019 08:14

    Still happening with 2019.2.16 and Hub 2.2.1.

  6. 264e45c439c83e1107eb876b493522b8?d=mm

    visualbruno

    Dec 11, 2019 08:39

    NDK and SDK are installed, but the path used by Unity is not correct.
    (Issue not fixed with Unity 2019.2.15 and Unity Hub 2.2.1)

    There is a workaround : In Unity
    - Go in the Preferences/External Tools
    - Uncheck "Android NDK Installed with Unity"
    - Select the folder where Android NDK is installed (C:/Program Files/Unity/Hub/Editor/2019.2.15f1/Editor/Data/PlaybackEngines/AndroidPlayer/NDK/android-ndk-r16b)

  7. Dd5cbc31847250c189247dbc9b3a5469?d=mm

    j-swan

    Nov 30, 2019 09:37

    This issue keeps happening to me on 2019.2.14 and 2019.2.12 as well. Extremely frustrating and wasted many hours of my life just trying to build a project that already existed and was running fine.

  8. 0ad97a63d92b2d13d5beb039defc1828?d=mm

    T3hHappyEmo

    Nov 29, 2019 15:35

    I still have this issue with both 2019.3.0 and 2019.2.14

  9. Bbd379a11354d96a5dfe5316d1de8073?d=mm

    UNITY-DEV01-f3p

    Nov 28, 2019 11:23

    I'm using UnityHub v 2.2.0 and the issue persists with 2019.3.0f1

  10. 9d668b588272714c2974f81417ed45c8?d=mm

    JusT_K0T

    Nov 28, 2019 08:06

    I'm using hub v 2.2.0 Unity 2019.3.0f1

    http://prntscr.com/q36yvx
    http://prntscr.com/q36z42

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