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Unable to use Google Play Services Vision API in Eclipse [message #1755135] Tue, 28 February 2017 11:10
Karthik Kumar is currently offline Karthik KumarFriend
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I am devloping an Android application in Eclipse which can scan Bar codes and QR codes.

I unzipped the google-play-services-vision aar file, renamed the classes.jar and added it to my project libs folder. The code compiled without any errors but I got runtime errors saying NoClassDefFoundError. I think there is a mistake in linking.

I looked for ZXing. But for Zxing to work, the BarcodeScanner App has to be installed in the phone which I don't want. I want to scan the code in my app itself. So, I have to use Google Play Services Vision API.

So, can anybody send the correct jar file or tell me how to modify the properties of project to use the classes.jar?
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