no matching function for call to 'ADXL345::ADXL345()'

I’m using ADXL345 to detect free fall. I found a library in github with an example of free fall sketch. but is showing me this error: no matching function for call to ‘ADXL345::ADXL345()’

#include <Wire.h>
#include <ADXL345.h>

ADXL345 accelerometer;

void setup(void) 
{
 Serial.begin(9600);

 // Initialize ADXL345
 Serial.println("Initialize L3G4200D");

 if (!accelerometer.begin())
 {
   Serial.println("Could not find a valid ADXL345 sensor, check wiring!");
   delay(500);
 }

 // Values for Free Fall detection
 accelerometer.setFreeFallThreshold(0.35); // Recommended 0.3 -0.6 g
 accelerometer.setFreeFallDuration(0.1);  // Recommended 0.1 s

 // Select INT 1 for get activities
 accelerometer.useInterrupt(ADXL345_INT1);

 // Check settings
 checkSetup();
}

void checkSetup()
{
 Serial.print("Free Fall Threshold = "); Serial.println(accelerometer.getFreeFallThreshold());
 Serial.print("Free Fall Duration = "); Serial.println(accelerometer.getFreeFallDuration());
}

void loop(void) 
{
 delay(50);

 // Read values for activities
 Vector norm = accelerometer.readNormalize();

 // Read activities
 Activites activ = accelerometer.readActivites();

 if (activ.isFreeFall)
 {
   Serial.println("Free Fall Detected!");
 }
}

library link GitHub - jarzebski/Arduino-ADXL345: ADXL345 Triple Axis Accelerometer Arduino Library.

Does anyone have suggestions?
Thanks in advance

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Thank you

I can't reproduce the issue. Your code compiles fine for me with that library. Are you sure you're not using a different library?

true. I tried it on another computer and it works. I will check my computer again.
Thank you for your answer was really helpful for me.

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You forgot the code tags.

You're definitely using a different library than the one you posted a link to:

Navaneethbiju:

C:\Users\Navaneeth\Documents\Arduino\libraries\ADXL345\src/ADXL345.h:96:5: note:

The library you linked to does not have a src folder. Instead the source files are located in the root of the library folder.

So you have two choices:

  • Modify your code to be compatible with the library you are using.
  • Install the library your code is written for. Note that you will need to delete C:\Users\Navaneeth\Documents\Arduino\libraries\ADXL345 so that the Arduino IDE will include the ADXL345.h file from the Arduino-ADXL345 library.