Hi guys, I'm new to Buildbox and have a Buildbox project created by a third party. What I wanted to do is export from Buildbox to an Android project and then build the APK in Android Studio. A lot of the documentation says this is only possible via Eclipse (which I find strange, Android Studio is the official IDE for Android) but I did find some forum posts dating back last year saying that Android Studio support is coming soon. Did that ever eventuate? I would really rather not use Eclipse, I already use Android Studio for other projects so I tried working around this and importing the Buildbox project into Studio, had a few issues but managed to work around them. One of them was having to set android.useDeprecatedNdk=true in gradle.properties. Now when I get gradle syncing successfully I try to build the APK and that's where I hit the problem - I get an error saying Error1, 28) PTPAppDelegate.h: No such file or directory I can see that this file is imported in the main.cpp and my guess is that this file is coming from one of the jni libraries? Any idea how I can get this to work in Android Studio and get these header files included? I managed to build the APK in the end via the Makefile but would rather use Android Studio as my long term option. Thanks in advance!