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Android Build a Simple Android App (2014) Getting Started with Android Creating the Fun Facts Project

Thale van der Sluijs
Thale van der Sluijs
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android studio strugle

If I want to start a new project it says this:

Your Android SDK is missing, out of date, or is missing templates. You can configure your SDK via Configure | Project Defaults | Project Structure | SDKs

Can someone help me?

2 Answers

Hi thale,

try this one:

1- delete (or move) the projects folder (AndroidStudioProjects).

2- Run the Android-Studio (a WELCOME screen will started).

3- From Welcome Screen choose, "Configure -> Project Defaults -> Project Structure)

4- Under Platform Settings choose SDKs.

5- Select Android SDK -> right_click delete.

6- Right_click -> New Sdk -> Android SDK -> choose your SDK dir -> then OK.

7- Choose the Build target -> apply -> OK. enjoy

hope that will helps!

by the way, whenever you have a problem, please reffer to this site - http://stackoverflow.com. it has tons of answars for nearly every question that you imagine.

good luck :)