Before downloading, please read the System Requirements document. As you start the download, you will also need to review and agree to the Terms and Conditions that govern the use of the Android SDK.
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The SDK includes a variety of tools for developing and debugging application code and designing an application UI. You can read about the tools in the
Dev Guide and access them in the
The tools package included in this SDK is the same as that included in the Android 1.0, Release 2 SDK.
The Android system images listed below are included in this SDK. For more information about a system image — features, applications included, localizations, API changes, and so on — see its Version Notes.
|2||Includes com.google.android.maps external library and a set of standard development applications.|
You can look at a variety of tutorials and samples in the Dev Guide and access the sample code itself
<sdk>/samples/ directory of the SDK package.
The SDK package includes a full set of local documentation. To view it, open the
<sdk>/documentation.html file in a web browser. If you are developing in an IDE such as Eclipse, you can also view the reference documentation directly in the IDE.
The most current documentation is always available on the Android Developers site: