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Android Build a Simple Android App (2014) Getting Started with Android Setting Up an Android Development Environment for Windows

Android Studio

Hi,please I need an Android Studio for windows (32 bit) ; could please help me to get the link thank you .

7 Answers

This link should do it for you.


You have the Java Runtime Edition installed but maybe not the Java Development Kit. (or the path to it is wrong)

Have you got the JDK? If not, download it and note where it installs.

Check in C:/Program Files/Java - you should see jdk & jre folders. Do you?

thank you Steve , I alredy download this one but it's for 64 bits ? Could you please give me another link ?

The downloader self-selects the right package. If I click that link, it gives me the Mac link. Did the installation not work?

If you click Other Download Options on that page - it lists all the packages. Windows is handled as Windows - there's no options for 32/64 - the installer manages that.

I installed the Andriod Studio on my computer and I clicked the botton to enter , this is the result:

'tools.jar' seems to be not in Studio classpath. Please ensure JAVA_HOME points to JDK rather than JRE

I have copier the JRE not JDK , now I changed it to the JDK and it works thank you Steve I appreciate your work , but when I entered to Android Studio , I find another window of downloading it's ( downloading components ) , should I wait ?

Yeah - best let it catch up with itself. It can take a while, unfortunately. But once it's done; it's done.

Good luck!

Ok thank's again Steve .

No problem!