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This is a fast guide to putting in the Google Android SDK on Opensuse Linux. Most steps explained here additionally apply to different variations of Linux also.
The Google Android SDK may be downloaded for complimentary off the Android Developers web site, and at the time of writing 1.7 SDK Release 1 had simply been discharged as weighs in at around 230MB's compressed.
- Ensure you have Android SDK downloaded, and the included USB driver installed correctly on your desktop
- In order to use the SDK tools the SDK's tools directory needs to be in your path. On the console type :
- On a 64bit OS, you'll have to additionally add the 32bit java path too else the probabilities ar your system will attempt run the files with the incorrect java and also the code won't work :
- On your phone, ensure you switch ON USB debugging. head to Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB debugging and ensure you have got ticked the box.
- Connect your phone to your computer (no have to be compelled to mount the sdcard), and when a number of seconds once your USB devices settle, write 'adb devices' on console :
$ adb devices List of devices attached S56600f85a990 device