I know this have been asked many of times before but i've read through all of the answers for this problem yet i haven't been able to solve this issue. My installer finds the JDK (never had the problem of it not finding it) but after the install process when it want's to download libraries a cmd looking window pops up in the background and a window telling me to add a certain path to the 'Path' variable shows up. I do as it says but still the same problem. I've tried both x86 and 64x jdk's and jre's but nothing seems to fix this. When i had the x86 jdk installed it couldn't find the jdk and the back-next trick wouldn't fix it. I've also tried editing the registry like shown in this topic: but that didn't change anything (also, the changes doesn't appear in the export of the key i make after importing the one with the changes.) Any help is greatly appreciated as i've tried to install this for months now Thanks.
The file installer_r22-windows.exe has been discovered within the following program. Android SDK Tools by Google Inc Publisher's description - “SDK Tools is a downloadable component for the Android SDK.
Old Versions Android SDK 22.3 The Android SDK provides you the API libraries and developer tools necessary to build, test, and debug apps for Android. The Android SDK is composed of individual packages that may undergo an update at their own schedule, so some have their own set of release notes. You can find information about some of the packages in this section, including the core SDK Tools and the latest Platforms. SDK Tools • Contains tools for debugging and testing, plus other utilities that are required to develop an app. If you've just installed the SDK starter package, then you already have the latest version of this package. Citrix Ica Client Clean Uninstall Norton here.
Make sure you keep this up to date. SDK Platform-tools • Contains platform-dependent tools for developing and debugging your application. These tools support the latest features of the Android platform and are typically updated only when a new platform becomes available.
These tools are always backward compatible with older platforms, but you must be sure that you have the latest version of these tools when you install a new SDK platform. Documentation • An offline copy of the latest documentation for the Android platform APIs. SDK Platform • There's one SDK Platform available for each version of Android. It includes an android.jar file with a fully compliant Android library. In order to build an Android app, you must specify an SDK platform as your build target. System Images • Each platform version offers one or more different system images (such as for ARM and x86).
The Android emulator requires a system image to operate. You should always test your app on the latest version of Android and using the emulator with the latest system image is a good way to do so. Sources for Android SDK • A copy of the Android platform source code that's useful for stepping through the code while debugging your app.