Installing the Android SDK with ADT Plugin on Eclipse Juno

Start Android SDK Setup.

Programming Tutorials - Start Setup

JDK must be installed. Click Next.

Programming Tutorials - JDK

Choose User, in my case “…just for me”.

Programming Tutorials - Choose User

Choose a location for the SDK. (Keep this in mind)

Programming Tutorials - Choose Install Location

Now specify if you want to have a Start Menu Folder or not and click Install.

Programming Tutorials - Choose Start Menu Folder

Wait until the installation has finished.
Now start the SDK Manager and download the SDKs you need.

Programming Tutorials - Android SDK Manager

Start Eclipse.

Now choose Help > Install New Software.

Programming Tutorials - Choose Help Install New Software

Click Add.

Programming Tutorials - Add Available Software

Give it a custom name and this location: http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/

Programming Tutorials - Add Repository

See Installation Details and click Next.

Programming Tutorials - Install Details

Accept the terms of license agreement and select Finish.

Programming Tutorials - Review Licenses

Now wait while the Plugin is installing.

Programming Tutorials - Installing Software

Restart Eclipse.

Programming Tutorials - Restart Eclipse

Programming Tutorials - starting eclipse juno

Now go ahead with Window > Preferences.

Programming Tutorials - Preferences

Choose Android on the left hand side. Insert your Android SDK location on your local machine (You have specified this before).

Programming Tutorials - SDK Location

Click Ok.

Have fun developing some Android Apps.

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