I can confirm that the version of Qt version I tested with works perfectly fine on Android using Qt/C++. Debugging a Qt/C++ application from Qt Creator also works great via gdb.
As for PyQt, there is no mentioning of any specific version being supported or tested with Android: http://pyqt.sourceforge.net/Docs/pyqtdeploy/overview.html It only says android-32 is supported (I guess this means 32bit arm?). This doesn't really help as there are many different Android API versions for both SDK and NDK. I know from other projects that choosing the right NDK and SDK versions makes a project run or not. Therefore, it would be great if the guide would mention the versions pyqtdeploy has been tested with.
I also tried adb logcat for debugging, but unfortunately, that's only helpful if the application is already started and not if exiting during start. It looks like it's exiting cleanly as neither logcat nor the phone UI shows an error message.
Am Mo., 21. Jan. 2019 um 00:06 Uhr schrieb Kálmán Viktor <[hidden email]>: