I am trying to open my Android SDK Manager which I installed and used before, and the instructions on the official website for it here: http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/adding-packages.html
Mac/Linux: Open a terminal and navigate to the tools/ directory in the Android SDK, then execute android sdk.
But when I navigate into the
tools/ directory and execute the command
android sdk, I get the following error message:
android: command not found
So why is this happening? How can I fix it? Am I doing something wrong? It worked before so why would it be happening to me now? I ran the command
pwd once inside the
tools/ directory and this is what it returned:
tools/ directory the
ls command returns:
android emulator64-mips lib screenshot2 ant emulator64-x86 lint source.properties apps emulator-arm mksdcard support ddms emulator-mips monitor templates draw9patch emulator-x86 monkeyrunner traceview emulator hierarchyviewer NOTICE.txt uiautomatorviewer emulator64-arm jobb proguard
I am running Ubuntu 14.10.