I am used to previous versions of NDK builds which came in zip format. I downloaded the recent r10 version for windows which had a .exe version. The exe version is just an extractor, that I didn't know and double clicked it. It didn't ask me for the location of extraction.
After that, I tried to set the Android preference again but nothing changed. I am completely lost. I've no idea what to do or how to solve this problem. I noticed that the file adb.exe does not exist in tools but in platform-tools. But how am I supposed to get the file when the plug in won't even let me download it
My ADB(adb.exe) file was not in the platform tools folder. I went to the Android SDK manager and noticed that the Android Platform Tools had not been downloaded. I had to change the permissions on the Android Folders to get the install to work. Once the permissions were updated and the Platform Tools was successfully installed, it worked.
Don't know if this is the true issue.But are you referring to the SDK folder in the \"SDK Location\" field You referred as SDK File so i imagine that the apply is disabled because it's not the correct folder (like \"C:\\Program Files\\Android\\android-sdk\\\").
I faced with the same problem. I use Windows 7 32bit at home and Windows 7 x64 at work. At home and at work I intalled android studio using the same intallation file. But, at work everithing works correctly and doesn't work at home. It should be mentioned, that JAVA_HOME had been added to system variables list earlier as I use maven. However I couldn't launch neither SDK manager nor AVD Manager in Android studio. I tried to find information in the Intenet, but almost everywhere I saw the same: \"Setup JAVA_HOME\". But I found advice hereAndroid SDK and AVD Manager will not run. It seems, that find_java.bat in ...\\android-studio\\sdk\\tools\\lib\\ can not define java.exe correctly. I modified android.bat file a little bit and it helped me.
If you are just starting to develop applications for Android, pleasedownload the current AndroidSDK. With the current Android SDK, you can add any current and previousversion of the Android platform as a component and use it fordevelopment and testing.
The tables below provides Android SDKs that are current in terms of theirplatform version, but do not provide the latest Android developmentenvironment and tools. Instead of downloading one of these, as a separateSDK for each version of the platform, you should instead use the newversion-neutral Android SDK to download each version ofthe Android platfrom as an individual component.
The following instructions are written and tested against the android NDK version r10. Future and past versions may or may not work. The android NDK is available at If version r10 is not available for download, hard links are provided below.
If you are already using the SDK and you want to update to the latest versionof the SDK Tools, use the Android SDK Manager to get theupdate, rather than downloading a new SDK starter package. For more informationabout how to update, see Exploring the SDK.
Also note that SDK Tools r8 requires a new SDK component calledPlatform-tools. The new Platform-tools component lets all SDK platforms(Android 2.1, Android 2.2, and so on) use the same (latest) version of buildtools such as adb, aapt, aidl, anddx. To download the Platform-tools component, use the Android SDKManager, as described in Exploring theSDK
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If plugging it into a computer succeeds and you have access to either Fastboot or ADB, then you might be able to install the original operating system, provided the manufacturer allows users to download factory images of their operating system.
I downloaded x86 Atom system image for API 25 and pasted in this path: C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Android\\android-sdk\\system-images\\android-25\\google_apis\\x86 but still sdk manager shows not installed in front of it!
@AshleyGazich Hello friend. Thank you very much for your attention really. Yes, it runs as admin. This is the existing one that was updated so hard. You know I also have Android studio on my system. I Updated Xamarin sdk manager via android studio sdk manager's package. For example, I updated tools in android studio and copied and pasted in to Xamarin sdk manager path. Because every little Internet disconnection caused standalone sdk manager to get error during the download but android studio builtin sdk manager works fine! I even changed Xamarin sdk manager path to Android studio sdk manager path but still the error appears! Totally I have died up to now...
Similarly to the NDK build system android-cmake allows to select between several compiler toolchains and target platforms. Most of the options can be set either as cmake arguments: -D= or as environment variables:
ANDROID_NATIVE_API_LEVEL - level of android API to build for. Can be set either to full name (example: android-8) or a numeric value (example: 17). The default API level depends on the target ABI:
ANDROID_TOOLCHAIN_NAME - the name of compiler toolchain to be used. This option allows to select between different GCC and Clang versions. The list of possible values depends on the NDK version and will be printed by toolchain file if an invalid value is set. By default android-cmake selects the most recent version of GCC which can build for specified ANDROID_ABI.
When crosscompiling CMake find_* commands are normally expected to find libraries and packages belonging to the same build target. So android-cmake configures CMake to search in Android-specific paths only and ignore your host system locations. So
However sometimes you need to locate a host package even when cross-compiling. For example you can be searching for your documentation generator. The android-cmake recommends you to use find_host_package and find_host_program macro defined in the android.toolchain.cmake:
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