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    OpenCV is an open source project that provides OpenCV android SDK to match one template against other.

    These are the following steps to add OpenCv in your project :

    1. First of all download Android studio from this link - https://developer.android.com/studio/index.html

    2. Now download openCV android SDK from this link - https://sourceforge.net/projects/opencvlibrary/files/opencv-android/

    3. Extract openCV SDK zip file

    4. Open your android studio and create a sample project like openCVExample

    5. Now go to file and add android module by giving path of Java folder inside openCV android SDK that would be like this : /OpenCV-android-sdk/sdk/java

    6. Open module setting and go to SDK location and add Ndk development.

    7. Now copy libs folder of openCV SDK i.e /OpenCV-android-sdk/sdk/native/libs inside app's main folder and rename libs folder to jniLibs.

    8. Clean and build your project now.

    9. Now check whether openCV is loaded or not like this :

    if (!OpenCVLoader.initDebug()) {
        Log.e(" status :", " not working.");
    } else {
     Log.e(" status :", " working.");
    }

    10. If working you can continue using openCV SDK.

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