|Related to : Android Lint only want to check my project, not library projects in Android Studio|
|Importing Android Projects into Android Studio - Gradle Project Sync Failed|
Although it seems extremely likely that it is memory related as that
is what the error indicates, it was apparently more simple to fix than
Follow these steps and see if it helps you:
1) Go to http://www.gradle.org/downloads and download the newest
version (Binaries only)
2) Navigate in explorer to the folder: C:Usersusername
.gradlewrapperdists and extract the contents into thi
|Creating standalone android library project using Android Studio (0.8.14)|
There are a couple of ways I've tried doing this, a quick and easy way
to do this is to symlink your library module directory to a directory
in your project and add it to your settings.gradle. A better way to do
it is to import the library module as a VCS project (local git works
fine) It will still clone the library module into each project but
changes made to the library will be consistent acros
|How do I add the appcompat library to an android project in netbeans?|
I have successfully build and added the appcompat project in NetBeans.
Create a new android project in netbeans - I called mine "appcompat".
Build your new project just make sure it can be successfully build.
Delete everything inside the src directory and rebuild. My project
just contained the default MainActivity that was created by NetBeans.
You don't need it.
Navigate to your android sdk inst
|Error Importing Android Library into project Eclipse|
Workspace, Installation and Libraries needed to all be located on the
same physical drive. I guess this is a "feature" or nuance of Eclipse.
Thanks to AIL
|Android Studio project files not showing up|
Try Import Project... and navigate to your project. Select
Be sure to wait for a while, so that android studios can load all your
stuff. Sometimes a restart will help, but since you reinstalled it,
that shouldn't be the problem.