Android in Eclipse

(Last Updated On: November 24, 2016)

Step 1: Go to android.com and download the android sdk by navigating like follows,

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Download the sdk and install it in your system.

Note:

1. Give the path as c:\program files (if os installed on c drive).

2. Install all the packages of sdk that you have downloaded.

Step 2: Download the eclipse from eclipse.org

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Step 3: Open the eclipse and go to Help -> Install New Softwares ->Add,

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Give ok and you can see the window like this,

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Step 4: Go to windows -> preferences and choose android. If you get any errors then check that the path of the android sdk that you have installed on your system.

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Step 5: Then start programming with android in eclipse.

File -> new -> project (android application) -> HelloWorld once it is opened,

copy the following code,

package com.example.helloworld;

import android.os.Bundle;
import android.app.Activity;
import android.view.Menu;
import android.widget.TextView;

public class HelloWorld extends Activity {

@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
setContentView(R.layout.activity_hello_world);
TextView agnPrint = new TextView(this);
agnPrint.setText(“Hello Naveen Welcome to Android Development”);
setContentView(agnPrint);
}
}

Step 6: Go to run -> android application, first time it usually ask us to add AVD (Android Virtual Device) for target display, so add it as follows,

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Then click the manager and click the new then you can see one window, just fill that window options as like follows,

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you have successfully added AVD target.

Step 7: Finally if you run your helloworld program then you can see the output as follows,

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