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I have Windows 7 64bit. Installed Android Studio. SDK path is indeed C:\Users\bill\AppData\Local\Android\sdk. Copied pasted from explorer address bar to avoid a typo. Ran the SDK Manager and updated. Still getting the unable to locate the android SDK tools error. Registry is correct too.

Any idea what I am missing ?

  • Did you install necessary packages in SDK Manager? Also, check File -> Project Structure -> SDKs. – Andy Yan Aug 30 '16 at 23:58
  • This question is seems off topic because it focuses on how to get SDK tools to work, which is kind off dev like thing. – Vivek Ji Sep 1 '16 at 14:49
  • @VivekJi Nope. An end-user who wants to use the tools for end-user purposes would also need them to work. – Matthew Read Sep 18 '16 at 20:31
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its easy with the new versions of Android Studios(2.0 or higher), all you need is good internet connection.

First you will open the AVD manager, then you attempt to create a new device. You will be diverted to new window where you will pick a hardware and navigate using a "next button" to a page where you will see all the API and you can download and install directly from there. Just click on Download and it will download and install automaticallyScreen shot of my computer as i had my AVD manager ready to download an API for my Virtual Device.

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