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Old May 13th, 2009, 11:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Change path to sdk in eclipse

I have installed the android sdk and the eclipse extensions for android development. My problem is that eclipse does not seem to know where to look for the android sdk. Is there an option in eclipse to manually tell it where it is?

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Window -> Preferences -> Android and browse to the SDK folder.
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Window -> Preferences -> Android and browse to the SDK folder.
having the same problem can't find the rite java app to install or the app for screen capturing for g1.

Not the proper path for android sdk
and also your using Java EE 5 with jdk 6u10 update can't find that they have updated since then.

Also i set path in environmental and no luck are their other method's to setup the software eclipse ran perfectly but couldn't find android sdk even after i set it up manually.

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I am unable to change folder it will allow me to change my folder, but will not let me choose apply or ok to change location. can not figure out what i am doing wrong??
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I'm also facing the same problem.. Can somebody tell me what are all the paths that has to be set for working with Android SDK ?
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Still I can not set Android SDK location in Eclipse Galilio.... so please help me to solve this problem...
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I am unable to change folder it will allow me to change my folder, but will not let me choose apply or ok to change location. can not figure out what i am doing wrong??
same issue. how to fix???????????????
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download the sdk: Android SDK | Android Developers

unzip the file into folder...ex... C:\android-sdk

within eclipse go to

window->preferences->android->browse -> c:\android-sdk\sdk

then press okay.
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