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Ashes999 is right there but I took some extra steps in order for it to work so here they are: 1) Create a libs folder inside the core project's root folder and add whatever JARs you got inside it. 2) In the build.gradle file which is inside the main root folder that contains the various platform projects find where it declares the dependencies of the core ...


It depends how you want to do it. libGDX "recently" moved to Gradle, which, among other things, manages dependencies for you. Your options: Do it the Gradle Way Open up build.gradle for both projects add the right dependency under dependencies You find the exact string, you need to use Maven Search, then click on the version number, then click on ...

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