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How do I get rid of Android NDK r12c? It's really messing me up.

I have a attatched a photo of my error but I just cant get rid of it! I am a complete noob at this but i've downloaded NDK r14b like reccommended but I still need to stop using r12c or something? alt text

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asked Apr 21 '19 at 10:46 PM in Packaging & Deployment

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avatar image MrMcKvarz Apr 23 '19 at 05:14 PM

Hi, did you change your path in project settings in Android tab?

avatar image DNZ RHGaming Apr 23 '19 at 07:54 PM

Hi there, I will check this out now. I will update you on what happens.

avatar image DNZ RHGaming Apr 23 '19 at 08:05 PM

So i'm confused on how to change the path, can you help me?

avatar image MrMcKvarz Apr 24 '19 at 08:09 AM

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You need to change this to your valid paths.

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