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Raspberry Pi / Pi4 Android temporary solution

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EdzUp
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Posted: 24th Apr 2020 17:04
If you can install the AppGameKit Player on your android mobile phone you can broadcast to that to test the apps your developing. Yes its not ideal and never as good as developing native apps for the Pi4 BUT it does allow you to test them to make sure they still work as intended mostly
-EdzUp
Hubert BAYRE
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Posted: 27th Apr 2020 20:17
Could you explain more EdzUp ?
EdzUp
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Posted: 28th Apr 2020 07:14 Edited at: 28th Apr 2020 07:16
Yeah I can give this step by step guide:
1) In the appstore for your device (iOS or Android) search for and install the AppGameKit Player.
2) Run the app, on screen it will give you the IP address of your device.
3) In the AGK2 IDE go to Build >> Build Options and enter the IP Address in the "Device IP Address" box.

Now when you want to test your game/app have the AppGameKit Player open on your mobile device and then click "Broadcast" instead of "Run" in the AGK2 IDE this will compile it and broadcast it to your device for testing.
-EdzUp

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