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Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt
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  • 1. IDEs: Installing Eclipse (+Android Development Tools plugin) Eclipse – less bugs, particularly popular for Java development. Installing Eclipse+ADT a bit more challenging.
  • 2. Installing Android on Eclipse consists of: 0) Download and unzip SDK 1) Download Eclipse http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ 2) Unzip Eclipse into a new folder. 3) When that’s done, run the Eclipse executable. 4) When it starts for the first time, create a new workspace for your Android development. 5) Need to install ADT plugin which simplifies your Android development by integrating the developer tools.
  • 3. Don't forget on Linux you need to install IA32 library as well. (sudo apt-get install ia32-libs).
  • 4. Downloading and Installing the SDK: You can download the latest version of the SDK for your development platform from the Android development home page at: http://code.google.com/android/download.html Install it by unzipping the SDK into a new folder. (Take note of this location, as you’ll need it later.) The examples and step-by-step instructions provided are targeted at developers using Eclipse with the Android Developer Tool (ADT) plug-in.
  • 5. <Help> <Install New Software>➪ Installing the ADT Plug-in
  • 6. Press <Add>. Put the following name and Location: https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/
  • 7. <Select All> and <Next>
  • 8. Read and then Accept the terms of the license agreement, and click <Next> and then <Finish>.
  • 9. If you have any security warnings, click OK. Continue installation and restart Eclipse
  • 10. When complete, you’ll have to restart Eclipse and update the ADT preferences: 1) Restart and select <Window> ➪ <Preferences> (or <Eclipse> <Preferences>➪ for the Mac OS). 2) Select <Android> from the left panel. 3) Click <Browse> and navigate to the folder into which you unzipped the Android SDK, then click <Apply> and <OK>
  • 11. There are likely to be frequent updates to the ADT plug- in. To update your plug-in, you simply: Updating the Plug-in

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