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Hi Ravi Butani,
One important step you will have to do is to copy BT-SDK folder into C drive (or other drive) and open the MeshApp android project from it.
This step will help you to overcome the path limitation of 'folders\subfolders' in Windows. Could you please try below steps.
Could you please try the following steps and build the project.
- Install the latest BTSDK1.3 from the community -ModusToolbox BT SDK 1.3
- Copy "BT-SDK" folder into your C drive directly. (BT-SDK folder is located inside ModusToolbox_1.1\libraries\bt_sdk-1.1\components)
- Open the MeshApp project from AndroidStudio. (\BT-SDK\common\apps\snip\mesh\peerapps\Android\src\MeshApp)
- Build the project.
But, I would suggest you to upgrade your android studio to the latest, so that you won't hit with any software setup issues. We could successfully build the android source code using below software versions.
Android studio version: 3.4.1
Gradle version: 4.6
And remaining setting are as below.