Android Studio Sdk Manager Not Found

android-studio android-studio-2.3 (6)

I tried updating my android studio and got this error. How can i fix this?

I do not have much experience working with Android studio and developing applications for Android.

I am using Android Studio 2.3 and Linux.

Launch the “Android SDK Manager” from this path:

Install all updates of this manager.

PS It worked for me.

Temporarily change the update channel to Channel channel (Settings Appearance and Behavior System parameters Updates). This works for me (Windows, Android Studio 2.3). I hope this error will be fixed in the next version of Android Studio.

Simply delete catalog C: / Users /% user% / AppData / Local / Android / sdk and rename another directory in this place from sdk1 to sdk. Restart Android Studio (close projects) and an assistant appears, asking you to update sdk, which will be detected during this process, so reloading is not required.

This fixed it for me (on a fully patched Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus)).

Android Studio Sdk Manager Not Found

Disclaimer: I cleared everything in advance:

  • wget https://dl.google.com/dl/android/studio/ide-zips/2.3.0.8/android-studio-ide-162.3764568-linux.zip
  • wget https://dl.google.com/android/repository/tools_r25.2.3-linux.zip
  • unzip android-studio-ide-162.3764568-linux.zip.d

/ Android / sdk unzip tools_r25.2.3-linux.zip.d

/Android/sdk/tools/bin/sdkmanager.-channel=3 emulator

/android-studio/bin/studio.sh

  • Click “Configure” in the launch window
  • Select “SDK Manager” in the menu
  • The list on the right shows “partially installed” for API level 25
  • Click “Edit” to the right of the “Android SDK Location”
  • You get a warning “An existing Android SDK is detected, the wizard will download missing or outdated SDK components”
  • Press button “Further”
  • Press button “Further”
  • [wait while it is installed]
  • Click Finish
  • This is what worked for me:

    1. Download the command line tools, put them in the SDK folder (for example, on mac: / Users / user / Library / Android / sdk), and then add the bin folder to PATH.
    2. Install the latest platform: in the terminal, run sdkmanager “platforms; android-25”
    3. Open Android Studio and go to the SDK manager (appearance and behavior system settings Android SDK)
    4. Click Modify, and then select the sdk folder. Then “Next” “Further” “Done.”

    Hope this works for you too.

    This is what worked:

      Download the command line tools and place them in the SDK folder (on Mac:

    / Library / Android / sdk).

  • Install Android studio 2.3 (on Mac: / Application / Android Studio.app)
  • Add java path to Android Studio (export PATH = / Applications / Android Studio.app/Contents/jre/jdk/Contents/Home/bin:PATH)
  • Set JAVA_HOME (export JAVA_HOME = / Applications / Android Studio.app/Contents/jre/jdk/Contents/Home)
  • cd to
  • / Library / android / sdk / tools / bin and execute. / Sdkmanager “platforms, android-25″

  • Accept the license. this will install the android-25 platform
  • Launch Android Studio and go to the SDK Manager. Now the SDK Manager recognizes the path to the SDK (
  • / Library / Android / sdk).

  • Now install the rest of the tools.