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  1. hrithik

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    hi i am very new in android

    can anyone tell me the whole concept?

    - how people earn from android application?

    - if i want to develop android application in my XP OS computer what type of software i need to install?

    any other info ?
     

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    People generally earn money by putting their applications on the Android Marketplace, and charge for downloads. There are other ways, but I believe that's the big one.

    There is a good guide at Android Developers for setting up a dev environment. I would suggest using Eclipse and the ADT (Android Developer Toolkit) plugin. Instructions on that are located at ADT Plugin for Eclipse | Android Developers and Eclipse is at Eclipse.org home
     
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    if i download this then how can i run this..and where this all download data save.

    see the attachment.
     

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    Using Eclipse, it will be an option when you create a new project (you target an OS version for your project)
     
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    is i need to install java?
     
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    I believe that when you install Eclipse, you will get all the Java you need. If not, it's easy to get off of Sun's website.
     
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    is any Eclipse API or Add ons i need to install?
     
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    You'll need the main Android SDK, which you can get from the developer site. You'll also need to get the ADT (android developer toolkit) plugin for Eclipse. Step-by-step instructions are at:
    Android SDK | Android Developers
     

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