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I've already a working Android Studio 1.2 installed on my computer. But seems there is no installed SDK tools on my computer, so when I try to launch the Android Studio a dialog pops up saying please specify SDK location.
I've searched whole of https://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html page and sounds there are only two options.
- Android Studio bundle, including IDE and SDK tools
- Stand-alone SDK tools for IDEs other than Android Studio. (ADT for example).
But I need a third option that only provides SDK tools only tailored for Android Studio. Thus my question would be is there any other repository by which this option is provided?
If there is no such repository, I should download that bundle file again. (Seems would be a nightmare with my snaily network speed
Please note that I've tried already stand-alone SDK with Android Studio, but seems they couldn't couple together.