Exporting Android App from Eclipse to phones

Step 1: Right click on your project in eclipse and click Export,   Step 2: Use existing keystore and give the location of the debug.keystore,   Step 3:  Choose the Use existing key Alias as, androiddebugkey and give the password android (all lower case letters).     Step 4: Give the destination path of your application (say desktop),     Step 5: Now you can

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Adding Existing Android Project in Eclipse

Step 1: Open the eclipse, go to File -> New -> Others -> Android and choose Android project from existing code,   Step 2: Then give Next and browse the location of the existing project,   Step 3: Then click finish. Then project will be added successfully.   Step 4: Existing project has been added successfully. Now you can edit and execute based on

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Android in Eclipse

Step 1: Go to android.com and download the android sdk by navigating like follows,         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   Step 3: Open

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Java Path Set

Way 1: Setting using System properties Step 1: Right click on computer – > properties – > Advanced system settings – > Advanced – > Environment Variables – > User variables. Step 2: Create New and type as follows, variable: CLASSPATH value : c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0\jre\lib variable: JAVA_HOME value : C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0 variable: PATH value : C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0\bin; Way 2: Setting in the Command prompt Step 1: Just go to

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