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64 bit (arm64-v8a) cpu support

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  • #7688

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    Dmitry

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    I am experiencing conflicts trying to put to work 64 bit fingerprint reader sdk and 32 bit FlirOne sdk in one app on an android 7 device with 64 bit cpu. As a probable solution I need FLIR sdk *.so files (flironesdk.aar/flirsdk/jni) to be also built for 64 bit cpu architecture (arm64-v8a). Right now it is built only for armeabi-v7a.

    #7716

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    Allison

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    Hi Dmitry,

    We’ve recently released an updated SDK with x86 architecture support that can be downloaded here.

    Additionally, while the SDK ships with a 32-bit native component, it should run on 64 bit platforms, but you may experience problems if you are including 64 bit native code without a corresponding 32 bit binary.

    Unfortunately, we don’t currently have any other versions of the SDK.

    Thank you,
    Allison Torchia

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    Dmitry

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    Thank you for a quick and helpful response!

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