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Package Details: android-sdk 25.2.5-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur-dev.archlinux.org/android-sdk.git (read-only)
Package Base: android-sdk
Description: Google Android SDK
Upstream URL: https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/sdk-tools.html
Licenses: custom
Submitter: None
Maintainer: xyproto
Last Packager: xyproto
Votes: 1420
Popularity: 11.114531
First Submitted: 2007-11-12 19:26
Last Updated: 2017-01-25 11:30

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xyproto commented on 2016-08-22 08:39

* If the android-sdk license had allowed binary redistribution, this would probably have been a package in [community] instead of in AUR.

* If there are problems with conflicting files, you can check which package owns them with `pacman -Qo`. If no package owns the file, it has most likely been placed there by you, the user (possibly using the SDK Manager). You can remove the conflicting files, either with `rm` or by installing the android-sdk package by force.

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thestinger commented on 2014-09-19 21:26

@xyproto: It can't be moved as-is because the pre-built binaries aren't redistributable. It needs to be built by hand which is quite a lot of "fun" :).

xyproto commented on 2014-09-19 20:36

I'm ready to move android-ndk to [community] if this one is moved first. :)

thestinger commented on 2014-09-15 03:54

It's working as intended. If you want to use the SDK Manager as a package manager, install to your home directory without Pacman.

dgellow commented on 2014-09-12 21:37

Same problem

lyoneel commented on 2014-09-12 05:39

Please add sudo command to .desktop file according to DE, for example:
KDE: kdesu android
Gnome: gksu android

To avoid the errors when trying to update... "cannot make folder... " or something like.

omarch commented on 2014-09-11 08:31

Hi, I get below error when build android-sdk, how to fix it?
==> Continue building android-sdk ? [Y/n]
==> -------------------------------------
==>
==> Building and installing package
==> WARNING: Building package as root is dangerous.
Please run yaourt as a non-privileged user.
==> Making package: android-sdk r23.0.2-1 (Thu Sep 11 12:53:34 IRDT 2014)
==> Checking runtime dependencies...
==> Checking buildtime dependencies...
==> Retrieving sources...
-> Found tools_r23.0.2-linux.zip
-> Found android_icon_128.png
-> Found android-sdk.desktop
-> Found android-sdk.sh
-> Found android-sdk.csh
-> Found android-sdk.conf
-> Found license.html
==> Validating source files with sha1sums...
tools_r23.0.2-linux.zip ... FAILED
android_icon_128.png ... Passed
android-sdk.desktop ... Passed
android-sdk.sh ... Passed
android-sdk.csh ... Passed
android-sdk.conf ... Passed
license.html ... Passed
==> ERROR: One or more files did not pass the validity check!
==> ERROR: Makepkg was unable to build android-sdk.
==> Restart building android-sdk ? [y/N]
tanks.

Commander commented on 2014-09-02 10:47

For some reason when using it i'm getting:
"This Android SDK requires Android Developer Toolkit version 23.0.0 or above. Current version is 22.6"

When pointing eclipse to the SDK, any ideas?

thestinger commented on 2014-08-28 16:26

This package and the other AUR packages for Android SDK components are an alternative to using the SDK Manager as a package manager. If you want to use the SDK Manager to install components, put it in your home directory.

drdaeman commented on 2014-08-28 16:17

I presume SDK Manager is supposed to be run as root? Please correct me if I'm wrong.

If I got it right, may I suggest adding PolicyKit entry and changing the desktop entry to explicitly run the manager using pkexec?

I.e., add `/usr/share/polkit-1/actions/com.android.sdk.run-sdk-manager.policy` like this: https://drdaeman.pp.ru/tmp/20140828/com.android.sdk.run-sdk-manager.policy (not sure about the ID, though, maybe it should be more like `org.archlinux.aur.pkexec.android.policy`), then modify `android-sdk.desktop` to say `Exec=pkexec /opt/android-sdk/tools/android` (or `Exec=pkexec android` if you prefer it that way)

Tested it on my system, works supposedly fine.

friartuck commented on 2014-07-27 04:16

@xgdgsc: this may sound weird but try clearing your browser cache...(it worked for me)