I'm trying to install Android Studio on my Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I've downloaded android-sdk-linux, executed it and downloaded files you see in this picture:

Directory: /home/user/Downloads/android-sdk-linux:
<code>Directory: /home/user/Downloads/android-sdk-linux</code>

After that I copied all of those floders to this directory: /Android/sdk Unfortunately when I run /Android/bin/studio.sh in bash to execute Android Studio installer I face this:

"Android Studio installer - No Android SDK found":
Android Studio installer - No Android SDK found

What Should I do now? anybody knows the reason?

  • Did you add the new location(s) for the Android executables to your PATH? – ubfan1 Feb 1 '16 at 16:43
  • No buddy.. Which PATH? – Shojajou Feb 1 '16 at 16:54
  • Hi ubfan1. I add /Android/sdk/tools and /Android/sdk/platform-tools to my PATH. But still same error! :-( – Shojajou Feb 1 '16 at 18:53
  • Which SDK (s) did you download? .../tools/android and pick the ones you want. I don't use Studio, so can't offer any more suggestions. – ubfan1 Feb 1 '16 at 19:42

Ubuntu Make

Ubuntu Make is a command line tool which allows you to download the latest version of popular developer tools on your installation, installing it longside all the required dependencies (which will only ask for root access if you don't have all the required dependencies installed already), enable multi-arch on your system if you are on a 64 bit machine, integrate it with the Unity launcher… Basically, one command to get your system ready to develop with!

How to use it

Example: how to install Ubuntu Make and then, Android Studio.

Installing Ubuntu Make

If you are on latest development Ubuntu version, first, add the Ubuntu Make ppa:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make
sudo apt-get update

Then, installing Ubuntu Make:

sudo apt-get install ubuntu-make

How to install android-sdk

umake android

And then, accept the installation path and Google license. It will download, install all requirements alongside Android Studio and latest android SDK itself, then configure and fit it into the system like by adding an Unity launcher icon…

And that's it! Happy Android application hacking on Ubuntu. You will find the familiar experience with the android emulator and sdk manager + auto-updater to always be on the latest.

Source: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-make

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  • Thanks for your instruction xangua. Did all of these... STILL SAME ERROR.. IT'S GANNA KILL ME... HELLLLP – Shojajou Feb 1 '16 at 22:07
  • What error did you get? – xangua Feb 2 '16 at 1:39
  • No Android SDK found :-( click 2nd link in my question to see the error in picture. – Shojajou Feb 2 '16 at 8:49

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