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Eclipse doesn't recognise SDKs

Discussion in 'Android Development' started by HeroicNonsense, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. HeroicNonsense

    Thread Starter

    When I look at my eclipse android preferences, I can't see any of the SDKs I have installed.
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    I know I have installed the SDKs properly using the SDK manager.
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    This is what the android-sdk directory, along with the platforms directory, looks like:
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    I am using Eclipse Version: 3.7.2, Build id: M20120208-0800. The original SDK I installed prior to using the android eclipse plugin was eclipse-SDK-3.7.2-win32-x86_64. This environment is running on windows 7.

    Does anyone know what I am doing wrong? Is there a file missing in the directories posted or are they noted name properly? (i.e. should 'android-15' be named 'Android 4.0.3').

    Any help would be greately appreciated!
     



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  2. Shengxin

    Shengxin Well-Known Member

  3. HeroicNonsense

    Thread Starter

    So, turns out the old microsoft solution does the trick...

    After restarting windows the SDKs are being picked up by Eclipse now.

    Cheers Shengxin for posting
     
  4. amit_eighty8

    amit_eighty8 Well-Known Member

    :D its epic solution for most of the problems
     
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