• CyberEar2014

    @seb-harmonik.ar Using 32-bit and i386 solved my problem. Thank you for taking the time, really appreciate it.

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  • CyberEar2014

    I am building an Android application that uses pure data vanilla. This is because that is what libpd supports, but it said you can use externals if you need other functionally. I would like to use some of the functions in fftease. I tried adding the folder to the path in puredata and got the error:

    /Users/home/Desktop/fftease/burrow~.pd_darwin: dlopen(/Users/home/Desktop/fftease/burrow~.pd_darwin, 10): no suitable image found. Did find:
    /Users/home/Desktop/fftease/burrow~.pd_darwin: mach-o, but wrong architecture

    Is what I am trying to do possible and is there a tutorial somewhere? If so, I am using Pd-0.45-4-64bit on Mac (Yosemite).

    I also tried adding the directory mention here, but it didn't work


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  • CyberEar2014

    @Berenger Hey thanks for your time.

    Putting the pd files in the folder you mentioned didn't solve the issue unfortunately. Do I need the all the code from the github linked on the main download page? Or is just the apk enough?

    Also do you think I'd have better luck running it off the phone's memory vs the sd card?

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  • CyberEar2014

    I am at the beginning stages of a project in which I will be trying to make a hearing aid application for Android.

    I wanted to see if I could get a basic microphone patch written in pure data on a phone to see if the latency was any better than standard Android. I came across Droid Party which I hope would streamline this process, but the application is unable to even find the samples given at the Droid Party. It doesn't work on a Google Nexus or a Galaxy S3 so I think I made a mistake somewhere.

    I followed this the best I could: http://forum.pdpatchrepo.info/topic/5496/running-your-patches-on-android-usind-pddroidparty-in-10-steps

    What I did:
    -Downloaded the apk and put it in a folder. Place the folder on my the SD card and ran it. (I changed the security option already)--
    -Downloaded the zip folder attached to the post and unzipped it. I made a new folder on the SD card called Xy_Pad and put its contents in that folder.
    -I also put the demo zip folder provided by the droid party site in the root SD card directory.
    -I restarted my phones.

    The app still says "PdDroidParty compatible patches found:" and nothing else. The 'right click' button on the phones doesn't do anything.

    Any idea of what I am doing wrong, or any other alternatives?


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