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Please refer to the following diagram for software compatibility among different versions of Nebula, NRSDK, and Android. Any combination along a vertical line (for example, Nebula 2.3.4, NRSDK 1.8.0, Android 12 and below with target API 31) remains a compatible combination.
You could find settings for Target API level in Project Settings -> Player -> Target API Level.
NRSDK runs on multiple Android devices and different types of XREAL glasses (Air / Light). The following tables list the NRSDK features that are supported by XREAL Light / Air, and the Android phone models that support XREAL Light / Air.
It is worth noting that XREAL Air has no camera, hence no tracking features. By default, NRSDK will attempt to run your application with best compatibility if both XREAL Light and XREAL Air support is configured. Nevertheless, be aware that the actual behavior of the running application may vary in this way and can differ from your initial intent.
If you don’t want NRSDK to automatically adapt for XREAL Air, please specify the supported devices in NRSDK’s global configuration file
NRKernalSessionConfig. See Getting Started with NRSDK for more details.
We are continuously working to ensure that the NRSDK is compatible with every model we have verified, ensuring an optimal user experience.
Below is a comprehensive list of phone models that are compatible with Nebula and NRSDK.
Additionally, we have tested these models for compatibility with our four current eyewear models: Light, Air, Air 2 and Air 2 Pro, and they are all found to be compatible.
Moreover, compatibility with Light also means that features such as hand tracking, plane detection, meshing, image tracking, and spatial anchor will work seamlessly on these phones.