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If you have already running environment for ARM based NDK, then it is very easy.
Just download the MIPS NDK for Windows from
1) extract the NDK to <MIPS NDK PATH>
2) set the environment variable (ANDROID_NDK_ROOT) to <MIPS NDK PATH>
3) set the environment variable (NDK_PROJECT_PATH) to your project
4) go to MIPS NDK and compile your code. It will create the mips library
I have checked MIPS NDK on windows platform. It is working fine. It took me hardly few minutes to create the setup.
while compiling the code, i am getting the following error your APP_BUILD_SCRIPT points to a unknown file: NDK_PROJECT_PATH/jni/android.mk
my environment variable NDK_PROJECT_PATH is set to
NDK_PRJECT_PATH =e:android -> my work space is located in “android” folder.
check if android.mk file is present at that location or not. If not, then just copy this file to respective location.