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As per output mentioned for command sudo update-alternatives --config java I can see that you have only JRE installed but you also need JDK to compile and run the code. You can install JDK using following command : sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk And then run sudo update-alternatives --config java command and select JDK instead of JRE. ...


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There's nothing to install. Just unzip the file and go to the ./bin directory of the package and run studio.sh. A common place for custom programs is the /opt directory. So you can create a folder under /opt calling it android-studio or anything of your choice. Then run the studio.sh from there. If you unzip it into /opt/android-studio you'll have a ...


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First make sure you have the latest version of VirtualBox installed - in case not - install it this way : Download and register the ORACLE public key. wget -q -O - https://www.virtualbox.org/download/oracle_vbox.asc | sudo apt-key add - Add the VirtualBox repository to the sources. sudo add-apt-repository "deb ...


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You can either : Run ARChon Runtime for Chrome. It is an android runtime, made for Google Chrome. More info Click here. (You will need to convert APK to archon package with android phone. Also not all apps are compatible. I guarantee a headache, Prepare your paracetamol.) Run android-x86 in a VirtualBox or similar. More information Here. You may hit ...


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To install Android Studio in Ubuntu 16.04 ,You need the latest version of umake which is 16.05 . Check your umake version using umake --version you need to not, install umake from the standard ubuntu repositories, instead add ubuntu-desktop repository to get latest umake version. Add repository by sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make ...


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Looks like I have found the problem. I had blacklisted before the cdc_acm driver which is necessary for the SP Flashtool to work. So I enabled the cdc_acm driver by deleting the entry in the /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf.


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just use Tethering USB and it will works! Just tried now with Google Nexus 5 connected via USB cable on a laptop with Ubuntu 16.04. You'll find that setting into Settings - Others - Tethering Hotspot or something similar (my OS is in italian).


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This is basically because you lack JDK. This can be found by running the following command in the terminal: cd /android-studio/bin ./studio.sh So after you configured Java you'll be able to run it.



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