In this post I’m sharing the required steps for building OpenCV 3.3.X (to be precise, OpenCV 3.3.0 which was released about a week ago) for Android. You can also download the pre-built libraries from here but it’s always a good idea to build the libraries yourself in case you want any special configurations such as Nvidia Carotene, OpenCV World and so on. So here it is:
If you are a fan of Qt and don’t want to change to another IDE for developing Android apps then this post is for you.
Follow the steps below to have Qt for Android installed in your computer.