This article provides instructions for setting of Android Studio for Android app development.
For Android development, Java is required.
Most PC/Mac computers already have Java installed. This more common version of Java is called the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).
However, for compiling our code we need compatible JDK installed as well.
This tutorial assumes JDK already installed and configured.
Installing Android Studio
Next Select the Android studio installation location and SDK installation location.
In this step, we want to install the Android Studio IDE and Android SDK to the same hard drive where we installed the JDK.
So you might just be able to click on Next at this point. However, if you’ve installed the JDK to another drive, then we need to change the drive and the folders we use at this step too. This isn’t strictly required, but it can avoid problems for some users.
Click on Finish to bring up the second to last window of the installation
process. Assuming that this is your first time using Android Studio, click on
the “I do not have a previous version of Android Studio or I do not want to
import my settings” radio button and click on OK.
Now Android Studio will connect to the Internet and download the Android tools.
When the Downloading Components window has done its work, it will
present you with a Finish button. Click on it.
Finally, we are presented with the Welcome to Android Studio screen.
This screen, among other things, allows us to start a new project or open an
This completes the basic setup required for Android development.
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