I downloaded latest Qt 5.2.0 beta1 ×86_64 for Android from the link [download.qt-project.org]
I tried to run some of Qt examples(both Qt GUI & Quick apps) on my device(Android API 10) and on emulator(Android API 18)
I build them for arm architecture
Up to the moment I generally run GUI apps but not Quick apps(No app can succeeded)
Use gsam battery minor monitor and click apps, view sensor usage, and click android system.
For the amount of time you phone has been discharged, the pressure sensor has been on and active 99 - 100% of the time.
Now, I've tried to find ways to doable this useless pressure sensor (also know as barometer), but to no hope.
I wonder if we can work out how to disable this useless sensor..
I started to test Qt for develop android app. As first test I tried to develop a very basic app using API 18 (android 4.3). I created the emulator profile based to 4.3, configured the project and compiled. All went ok and I was able to have my simple app workingon the emulator. However I want to develop my app for support older device also.
Because I need the uncalibrated magnetic field values in my Android Activity, I have requested the Android sensor of the type TYPE_MAGNETIC_FIELD_UNCALIBRATED ("no periodic calibration is performed") in the onResume() method like this: