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Android Build a Blog Reader Android App Exploring the Master-Detail Template Creating a Project Using the Master-Detail Template

Android Development

Build a Blog Reader Android App

Creating a Project Using the Master-Detail Template

Hi!

I followed the same steps on the clip, at minute 4. I try to go to file open new android project but find only java project in the list. why is it so?

2 Answers

Hi Robert,

Could you take a screenshot of the time when your problem occurs. Were you able to create a new android project in the previous Crystal Ball / Fun Facts app?

Have you installed the ADT plugin for Eclipse incase you're using it?

I had an older version of Eclipse on my imac before I updated.

Yes i was able to create android project Fun Facts app in android studio.

That seems a bit odd. In android studio I'm not sure if there is an option for Java project. When I click new project is takes me directly to the android project naming dialogue box

Are you creating your master detail template example in Eclipse or Android Studio?