Hi Antonis
Bilsou
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Not sure about that Bilsou, what we typically do for Android is to just build AppRTCMobile sample Android App and then use the generated .jar and .so that contain the whole webrtc library (i.e. java and native part). But I know that the Google folks are working on that lately so maybe there are changes there too that can help. I’d suggest asking at discuss-webrtc

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