02.Android + eclipse. Outline. 1.Installation of the Android development tools 2.Standalone ADT installation 3.Installing Android API version and the source code 4.Updating an existing Eclipse installation 5.Android installation verification
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Select Available packages and open the Third Party Add-ons. Select the latest Google API (highest number) of the SDK and press the Install button. The following screenshot shows the API 16 but if there is a never version available install this version.
The download contains a zip file, which you can extract to any place in your file system, e.g. on my Linux system I placed it into the /home/vogella/android-sdks folder. Avoid using spaces in the path name, otherwise you may experience problems with the usage of the Android SDK.
You also have to define the location of the Android SDK in the Eclipse Preferences. In Eclipse open the Preferences dialog via the menu Window → Preferences. Select Android and enter the installation path of the Android SDK.
The sources are stored in the path_to_android_sdk/sources/android-xx directory. . xx is the API level of Android, e.g. 17 for the Android 4.2 version.
To connect the sources with the your android.jar file in your Android project, right-click on your android.jar in thePackage Explorerview and select Properties → Java Source Attachment. Select External location and press theExternal Folder button. Browser to the path_to_android_sdk/sources/android-xx location and press the OK button.