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Discussion in 'Android Development' started by Awesome Turtwig, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. Awesome Turtwig

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    When I go to Window > preferences, then click on the android tab. There are no SDK targets found. I have given the location of my SDK. C:\android-sdk-windows, but nothing is loaded. Anyone know how to fix this?

    I am running windows Vista 32-bit using Eclipse 3.5

    Thanks, and sorry If I'm nooby.
     

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    Right here
    The instructions state that the platforms are not included in the download. Here is the next step you need to take:

    Add Android platforms to your SDK
    Use the Android SDK and AVD Manager, included in the SDK starter package, to add one or more Android platforms (for example, Android 1.6 or Android 2.0) to your SDK. In most cases, you will want to download multiple platforms, so that you can build your application on the lowest version you want to support, but test against higher versions that you intend the application to run on. Information about each platform is available at left, under "Downloadable SDK Components."
    To launch the Android SDK and AVD Manager on Windows, execute SDK Setup.exe, at the root of the SDK directory. On Mac OS X or Linux, execute the android tool in the <sdk>/tools/ folder. For more information about how to add platforms and other components, see Adding SDK Components.
     

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