Android avd sdk path problems

Windows XP / 7

  1. Right click on the My Computer icon and select the properties tab.
  2. Select the Advanced tab and click the Environment Variables button.
  3. In the new dialog box dowble-click on Path (located under System Variables) and type in the full path location to the tools directory.

Android AVD path
Add a new user environment variable (Windows 7):
  1. Start Menu > Control Panel > System > Advanced System Settings (on the left) > Environment Variables

  2. Add a new user variable (at the top) that points your home user directory:
    Variable name: ANDROID_SDK_HOME
    Variable value: C:\Users\>User Name<
Android Eclipse Plugin (ADT)
  1. Start Eclipse, then select Help > Software Updates > Find and Install….
  2. In the dialog that appears, select Search for new features to install and press Next.
  3. Press New Remote Site.
  4. In the resulting dialog box, enter a name for the remote site (e.g. Android Plugin) and enter this as its URL:
  5. Press OK.
    1. You should now see the new site added to the search list (and checked).
  6. Press Finish.
  7. In the subsequent Search Results dialog box, select the checkbox for Android Plugin >Eclipse Integration > Android Development Tools and press Next.
  8. Read the license agreement and then select Accept terms of the license agreement, if appropriate.
  9. Press Next.
  10. Press Finish.
  11. The ADT plugin is not signed; you can accept the installation anyway by pressing Install All.
  12. Restart Eclipse.
  13. After restart, update your Eclipse preferences to point to the SDK root directory ($SDK_ROOT):
    Select Window > Preferences… to open the Preferences panel. (Mac OS X: Eclipse >Preferences)
    Select Android from the left panel.
    For the SDK Location in the main panel, press Browse... and find the SDK root directory.
  14. Press Apply, then OK


  1. Edit the ~/.bash_profile or ~/.bashrc files looking for a line that sets the PATH variable.
  2. Add the full path location to your $SDK_ROOT/tools location for the PATH variable.
  3. If no PATH line exists you can add the line by typing the following:
  4. export PATH=${PATH}:<path to your $SDK_ROOT/tools>

Mac OS X

  1. In the home directory locate the .bash_profile and locating the PATH variable add the location to your $SDK_ROOT/tools folder.

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