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This section provides a tutorial example on how to run Android SDK Manager to see what additional tools and libraries that are available from the Android developer center.
This tutorial was based on Android SDK R17 with Android 4.0.3 and left here as a reference.
After installing the Android SDK starter package, you can use the Android
SDK Manager to see what additional tools and libraries that are available from the Android developer center.
Double-click on "C:\local\android-sdk-windows\SDK Manager.exe".
The "Android SDK Manager" windows will show up with a list of libraries and tools
for different versions of Android platforms that are currently available for download:
- Tools/Android SDK Tools - Basic tools installed already as part of the starter package.
- Tools/Android SDK Platform-tools - Common tools to build applications.
- Android 4.0.3 (API15) (Released on Dec. 16, 2011) - Libraries and tools for Android 4.03 platforms.
- Android 4.0 (API14) (Released on Oct. 19, 2011) - Libraries and tools for Android 4.0 platforms.
- Android 3.2 (API13) (Released on Jul. 15, 2011) - Libraries and tools for Android 3.2 platforms.
- Android 3.1 (API12) (Released on May 10, 2011) - Libraries and tools for Android 3.1 platforms.
- Android 3.0 (API11) (Released on Feb. 22, 2011) - Libraries and tools for Android 3.0 platforms.
- Android 2.3.3 (API10) (Released on Feb. 9, 2011) - Libraries and tools for Android 2.3.3 platforms.
- Android 2.2 (API8) (Released on May 20, 2010) - Libraries and tools for Android 2.2 platforms.
- Android 2.1 (API7) (Released on Jan. 12, 2010) - Libraries and tools for Android 2.1 platforms.
- Android 1.6 (API4) (Released on Sep. 15, 2009) - Libraries and tools for Android 1.6 platform.
- Android 1.5 (API3) (Released on Apr. 30, 2009) - Libraries and tools for Android 1.5 platform.
- Extra - Additional libraries for USB driver and other interfaces.
Read the next tutorial on how to download and install libraries and tools for Android 4.0 platforms.
Last update: 2012.
Table of Contents
About This Book
Installing JDK 1.8 on Windows System
Installation of Android SDK R24 and Emulator
Installing Apache Ant 1.9 on Windows System
Developing First Android Application - HelloAndroid
Android Application Package (APK) Files
Android Debug Bridge (adb) Tool
Android File Systems
Android 4.0.3 File Systems
AboutAndroid - Application to Retrieve System Information
android.app.Activity Class and Activity Lifecycle
View Objects and Layout Resource Files
Using "adb logcat" Command for Debugging
Build Process and Package File Content
Building Your Own Web Browser
Android Command Line Shell
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Mini Tablet
USB Debugging Applications on Samsung Tablet
Android Tablet - LG-V905R
USB Debugging Applications on LG-V905R Tablet
Android Phone - LG-P925g
USB Debugging Applications on LG-P925g Phone
Outdated: Downloading and Installing JDK 1.7
Outdated: Downloading and Installing Android SDK R17
►Outdated: Running Android SDK Manager
Outdated: Installing Android Platform 4.0.3 and Libraries
Outdated: Verifying Android Platform Installation
Outdated: Creating Android Virtual Device (AVD)
Outdated: Launching Android Emulator in AVD Manager
Outdated: Android Emulator Built-in Applications
Outdated: Android Emulator Built-in Web Browser
Outdated: Downloading and Installing Apache Ant 1.8
Outdated: "HelloAndroid" - First Android Project
Outdated: Building the Debug Binary Package
Outdated: Installing the Debug Binary Package
Outdated: Running the Debug Binary Package
Outdated: Rebuild the Debug Binary Package
Outdated: Redefine Text in Resource Files
Outdated: Installing Android PDF Viewer APK File
Outdated: Copy PDF File to Android Emulator's File System
Outdated: Installing Adobe Reader APK File
Outdated: "adb shell" - Remote Shell Interface
Outdated: "adb push" and "adb pull" Commands
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