The Android SDK provides the API libraries and developer tools necessary to build, test, and debug apps for Android. The SDK tools are installed with the SDK starter package and are periodically updated. The SDK tools are required if you are developing Android applications. The most important SDK tools include the Android SDK Manager (android sdk), the AVD Manager (android avd) the emulator (emulator), and the Dalvik Debug Monitor Server (ddms). A short summary of some frequently-used SDK tools is provided below.
Tested on Ubuntu® 14.04, Trusty Tahr (64-bit distribution capable of running 32-bit applications).
Other Download Options
If you prefer to use a different IDE or run the tools from the command line or with build scripts, you can instead download the stand-alone Android SDK Tools. These packages provide the basic SDK tools for app development, without an IDE. Also see the SDK tools release notes.
Android platform (each)
At least one platform is required.
SDK Add-on (each)
USB Driver for Windows
Optional. For Windows only.
Samples (per platform)
Note that the disk-space requirements above are in addition to those of the Eclipse IDE, JDK, or other prerequisite tools that you may need to install on your development computer.
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