In this video, Emmanuel Henri demonstrates how to set up the Android development platform.
- [Instructor] Now that we have iOS set up properly,…let's go ahead and do the same for Android.…So the first thing you wanna do is go to…developer.android.com/studio.…And once you get to that page you download…Android Studio here.…If you don't see the right version here…you can click on download options…and then find the one for your system.…Let's go back here and…then click on download Android Studio.…Accept the license.…Next you wanna open the DMG file that you just got.…
Now what you wanna do is drag and drop…the Android Studio here.…And it's going to install Android Studio.…Okay so now that Android Studio is installed…we need to start it at least once.…So we install the Android SDK, platform tools,…and so on, so forth, so.…We're gonna go ahead and do that.…So you can close this.…And let's close the browser as well.…And let's start the application.…Once you see this dialogue please click on open.…When you see this dialogue, if you had a version…of Android installed previously you can…basically import the settings from your previous version.…
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Skill Level Beginner
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