- Install Java JDK - Agree with the license and install in the default location - (Install Windows x64 File)
- Install Android SDK - Download .exe file and install into the default location - (Install Stand-Alone SDK Tools)
- CREATE Environmental Variables (See steps to manage Environment Variables in Windows 7) be sure to update replace the username with your user name so that the path is correct
- JAVA_HOME = C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_31
- Install Shamisen Latest version
- ADD to PATH Environmental Variable (Note: You will need to append the variable to the end of the existing Path value):
- Install Ant, details here
- Start Android SDK Manager( type in command line C:\> android ) and install
Wait for it to load all the available packeges and then select the following and
- in Tools select Platform-tools
- in Tools select Android SDK Build Tools (19 for Android 4.4.2)
- Android 4.4.2 (API 19) folder or other Android folder that has version you need to test on.
- Extras> Intel x86 Emulator Accelerator (optional if using emulators)
- any other SDK that you will need to test on.
- Connect your device and check that it shows up. If not you may need to install Samsung USB driver http://developer.samsung.com/galaxy/others/android-usb-driver-for-windows
- You may also need to turn on USB debugging on your phone and allow it after connecting via USB
- Optional for Emulator only. You will need to enable Virtualization in your BIOS if it's not enabled already and install Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager . Without this, emulator will be very very slow.
Note: if this does not work, and you get ssl certificate error, download the
certificate into a new folder and add new Environmental variable
SSL_CERT_FILE with the value pointing to file path of the certificate ex:
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