[New Feature] Android installer

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gaz31
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Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Post by gaz31 » 15 Jun 2018, 13:15

hugbug wrote:
14 Jun 2018, 21:11
hugbug wrote:
18 May 2018, 18:11
Android 8 support is being worked on. I've created an issue on GitHub tracker - Installer for Android, based on NDK #538.
I have an experimental package working. Who wants to try? Drop me a message to nzbget@gmail.com.
Sent message.

gaz31
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Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Post by gaz31 » 15 Jun 2018, 14:54

Just installed the experimental build on my Shield and everything seems to be working.
Excellent work hugbug. Thank you.

rxp
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Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Post by rxp » 19 Jun 2018, 06:34

If you need anymore testing I'll test on my galaxy s8😃

guillaume pol
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Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Post by guillaume pol » 22 Sep 2018, 05:12

Hey Hugbug, is your version good for writing into internal SD card ?
If so i would like to give it a shot, it's a real pain in the *** not being able to write to sd card and nullifies quite totally such an app..
Thanks

hugbug
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Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Post by hugbug » 22 Sep 2018, 06:15

Any nzbget version can write into sd-card if a proper path is selected. Please read last pages of this thread for tips on this. Not every path on sd-card works but only the app-specific path. The last nzbget testing v21 is recommended.

t3k
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Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Post by t3k » 09 Dec 2018, 23:15

Hi Hugbug ! Thanks for your work it works like a charm on my nvidia shield on Oreo :)

Is there a way to automatically start the daemon on boot time ? I still have to start the app and select start daemon when the shield starts

hugbug
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Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Post by hugbug » 09 Dec 2018, 23:33

The autostart functionality has been contributed by developer kabukky a few days ago. If you are willing to try this send me a note to nzbget@gmail.com and I'll send you current build of the app.

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Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Post by Steggl » 14 Dec 2018, 11:05

I am very interested in trying the SHIELD autostart version for Android 8 :-) Do you want to send it to steggl@gmail.com @hugbug? Thanks!

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Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Post by caponater » 16 May 2019, 20:38

I got around to installing - nzbget-android-2.0-testing-r36-bin.apk on my FireTV 2, which I believe is a fork of Android 5.1

A couple of issues -
1. I could not install Latest Stable - it appeared to download, but it would just hang on installing. I reverted back to 1.0-testing-r10 and installed Latest Stable and then reinstalled nzbget-android-2.0-testing-r36-bin.apk. I am now running Latest Stable with the Android Installer.

2. Scripts - In 1.0-testing-r10 I edited libdaemon.so to point to my python installation based on Nedles earlier post

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#Python intialization                                                           
export PYTHONHOME=/data/data/com.googlecode.pythonforandroid/files/python       
export PYTHONPATH=/storage/sdcard0/com.googlecode.pythonforandroid/extras/python:/data/data/com.googlecode.pythonforandroid/files/python/lib/python2.7
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/data/data/com.googlecode.pythonforandroid/files/python/lib
Where would the equivalent file be in nzbget-android-2.0-testing-r36-bin.apk? I was never able to get the ShellOverride setting to work (maybe I need some additional guidance on ShellOverride, and I will not need to edit the libdaemon.so?)

Thanks again!

hugbug
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Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Post by hugbug » 16 May 2019, 20:52

App 1.0 uses nzbget installer for Linux whereas app 2.0 uses nzbget installer for Android.
Therefore you are now running the general Linux version of nzbget. That's not bad though.
caponater wrote:
16 May 2019, 20:38
Where would the equivalent file be in nzbget-android-2.0-testing-r36-bin.apk?
At the same location actually. Don't you find the file?

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