I asked ChatGPT about the SDL error and received the following response:
The error message you're encountering indicates an issue with the dynamic linking process in your Android app. Specifically, it mentions a failure in locating the symbol "__atomic_compare_exchange_4" in the "libApplicationMain.so" library.
This error is commonly associated with compatibility issues between the app and the target device's architecture or Android version. To address this issue, you can try the following steps:
Ensure that your app's native libraries are compatible with the target device's architecture. Make sure you have built the appropriate native libraries (ARM, ARM64, x86, etc.) for your app and that they are included correctly in the APK.
Verify that your app's minimum SDK version is compatible with the target device's Android version. Check the AndroidManifest.xml file in your project and ensure that the minimum SDK version specified is supported by the device you're testing on.
Try cleaning and rebuilding your project. In Android Studio, you can go to "Build" > "Clean Project" followed by "Build" > "Rebuild Project" to regenerate the necessary build artifacts.
If you're using any external libraries or dependencies, ensure that they are up to date and compatible with the Android version and architecture you're targeting. Updating or replacing incompatible libraries might help resolve the issue.
Any clue that you can get from this response?