Development APKs of SkQP are kept in Google storage. Each file in named with a abbreviated Git hash that points at the commit in the Skia repository it was built with.

These are universal APKs that contain native libraries for armeabi-v7a, arm64-v8a, x86, and x86_64 architectures. The most recent is listed first.

The listing can be found here:

If you are looking at Android CTS failures, use the most recent commit on the origin/skqp/release branch.

To run tests:

adb install -r skqp-universal-{APK_SHA_HERE}.apk
adb logcat -c
adb shell am instrument -w org.skia.skqp

Monitor the output with:

adb logcat TestRunner org.skia.skqp skia DEBUG "*:S"

Note the test’s output path on the device. It will look something like this:

01-23 15:22:12.688 27158 27173 I org.skia.skqp:
output written to "/storage/emulated/0/Android/data/org.skia.skqp/files/skqp_report_2019-02-28T102058"

Retrieve and view the report with:

adb pull "$OUTPUT_LOCATION" /tmp/

(Your value of $OUTPUT_LOCATION will differ from mine.

Open the file /tmp/output/skqp_report_2019-02-28T102058/report.html .

Zip up that directory to attach to a bug report:

cd /tmp
zip -r skqp_report_2019-02-28T102058
ls -l

For more information about building your own APK, refer to