Unknown SDK Location, Project not Fixed

by KayDeeboy » Sat, 20 Sep 2008 00:50:29 GMT


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 Hey there,

               I am trying to run a HelloAndroid program using Eclipse
3.4 Ganymede on my Ubuntu 8.0.4

I got this message on my console:

  Unknown SDK Location, project not fixed.

Can somebody please help me out?

thanks

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Unknown SDK Location, Project not Fixed

by mukyogogo » Sat, 20 Sep 2008 04:50:14 GMT


 pls set your adroid sdk location.
 I using eclipse 3.4 Ganymede on my windows xp,but i think the
following steps may help you.

1.click Preferences in the Window menu in your eclipse
2.click [Android] in the left tree
3.then input your android sdk installed directory path in the sdk
location

goodluck




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Unknown SDK Location, Project not Fixed

by mahendra » Sat, 20 Sep 2008 04:50:16 GMT


 


give the exact path where you have the sdk unzipped in ur hard drive.this
would work out

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