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Version: 0.1.x

Integrating Android SDK - Video SDK

Android SDK is a Java-based native SDK. It is compatible with both Java and Kotlin. It makes it extremely simple to integrate video and audio calls into your app.

Installing Android SDK

Step 1: Add the repositories into your project

You can install our Android SDK by using Maven Central or Jitpack package repositories.

Add the repository to settings.gradle file in your project.

repositories {
// ...
maven { url "" }

You can use imports with Maven Central after rtc-android-sdk version 0.1.12.

Whether on Maven or Jitpack, the same version numbers always refer to the same SDK.

Step 2: Add the dependency in app/build.gradle

dependencies {
implementation 'live.videosdk:rtc-android-sdk:0.1.21'
// other app dependencies
  • Android SDK compatible with armeabi-v7a, arm64-v8a, x86_64 architectures. If you want to run the application in an emulator, choose ABI x86_64 when creating a device.

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