Install Android Studio in Windows

Posted on 22 Jan 2016Posted by mCardenas

In order to run simulations that require interacting with Android devices, you need to meet the following requirements: Android SDK (r21.1 or later, latest is best supported) installed, preferably with all platforms, see http://developer.android.com/sdk. If you plan to use Android Studio, you may want to install the SDK together with the bundle. These are the steps for installing Android Studio on Windows.

Download Android Studio

Save the file in your local machine. Download Android Studio

In the Android site, you may find further information for installing Android Studio. Download Android Studio

Execute file download in your local machine. Download Android Studio

Here are the steps for installing Android Studio. Remember that the installation will perform two tasks: install the development environment and the whole set of libraries that make up the SDK. It is important to install the development environment and SDK directory in a different directory. The path of the SDK is recommended to be “C:\Android\sdk” (not mandatory). Install Android Step 1

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Remember, the path of the SDK is recommended to be “C:\Android\sdk” (not mandatory). Install Android Step 6

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Please wait while Android Studio is being installed. Install Android Step 8

Please wait while SDK Android Studio is being installed. Install Android Step 9

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You must enable the Windows firewall android studio access to networks. Install Android Step 14

The components of the API are downloaded latest. Install Android Step 15

Congrats! The installation is now complete. Install Android Step 16

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