Fixing 'No toolchains found' Error for llvm ABI in NDK Toolchains Folder

If you have encountered the "No toolchains found" error when trying to build your project with the llvm ABI in the NDK Toolchains folder, don't worry, there is a solution.

First, make sure that you have downloaded and installed the NDK correctly. Check that the NDK path is correctly set in your environment variables, and that the llvm toolchain is installed in the NDK Toolchains folder.

If everything seems to be set up correctly, then the issue may be caused by a missing symlink in the toolchains folder. To fix this, navigate to the NDK Toolchains folder and create a symlink to the llvm toolchain by running the following command in your terminal or command prompt:

ln -s llvm llvm

This will create a symbolic link named "llvm" that points to the llvm toolchain.

After creating the symlink, try building your project again with the llvm ABI and the "No toolchains found" error should be resolved.

In summary, to fix the "No toolchains found" error for the llvm ABI in the NDK Toolchains folder, make sure that the NDK is installed correctly, check the NDK path and the llvm toolchain installation, and create a symlink to the llvm toolchain in the toolchains folder if necessary.

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