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The SDK platform-tools version in Android Studio
After installing the Android Studio, and running an emulator, it reports that : The SDK platform-tools version (23.1) is too old to check APIs compiled with API 24. Suggest me to update. So how could I update the SDK ?
Kourosh Raeen23,733 Points
In the toolbar in Android Studio click on the SDK Manager icon, which results in a new window being opened. At the bottom of the window click on "Launch Standalone SDK Manager". Once that new window opens, at the top in the tools section you will see "Android SDK Platform-tools". In the Status column it probably says "Update availabe: rev24". Click on the checkbox on the left and at the bottom right click on install packages. There may be some items already check so you may want to first deselect all and the select the one you want to update.