The app didn’t crash though, as I pressed the back button it went back to where the app got started, and the activation key entry was grey. Below is the screenshot after I pressed back. (it said “Test completed” but actually nothing happened)
Q) Can I use Nuitrack with RealSense and Android?
A)Yes. However, for RealSense with Android read permission for a root folder is required. You can check the permissions using any file manager, for example, ES File Manager: if the “/” folder is empty, then read permissions for the root folder aren’t granted in the current firmware version of your Android device.
I just went through the logcat and found some error/warning message below:
09-17 15:57:20.746 2858 2858 W PackageManager: Not granting permission android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE to package com.ceco.nougat.gravitybox because it was previously installed without
09-17 15:57:20.746 2858 2858 W PackageManager: Not granting permission android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE to package com.ceco.nougat.gravitybox because it was previously installed without
What Orbbec Astra model do you use (Pro, S, regular Astra…)? Please provide us with VID and PID of the sensor. Also please advise did you see a pop-up window asking for permissions after you clicked “Compatibility Test”?
I ran the command you suggested in the adb shell terminal but it didn’t help. I double checked the file repository in root explorer on my Android device and it was set to readable, writable and executable by everyone.
I have also tried to install the Nuitrack.apk on other devices with different Android versions (5, 9, and 10) as well as testing on other Astra Pro sensors but none of them was able to finish the compatibility test, not to mention entering the activation key. In addition, I didn’t see any pop-up windows.