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Android Build a Simple Android App (retired 2014) Getting Started with Android Android Setup and the Crystal Ball Project

No console

Hi, I'm using windows 7 32-bit and I don't see any consoles in my eclipse. Why is that?

2 Answers

Iskandar Fendi
Iskandar Fendi
5,700 Points

Try to go to Help > Install New software > and click already installed (around the bottom area) to check and see if Android is already installed in your eclipse

Thanks Iskandar!

Iskandar Fendi
Iskandar Fendi
5,700 Points

Your welcome! What did you end up doing?

It just popped up by itself, without doing anything. But if you go to window and show view that would work too.

I had the same problem using it on the 64-bit version. I looked up an answer and it seems if the console tab is missing that you need to go to the "Window" tab then on the menu that pops up click the "Show View" tab which will bring up another menu and that hit the "Console" tab. This should then allow you to see the console tab next to the Declaration tab.

Hi David, I managed to get it work! Thanks!