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Greenhorn
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Are there some problem with Android SDK in Windows 7? Or it is a myth?
 
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Yes , I heard it's a Problem in Windows 7. But it work in Windows XP -sp2 ... So try that Good Luck...

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Felipe Caparelli wrote:Are there some problem with Android SDK in Windows 7? Or it is a myth?



I have zero experience with Android SDK or even Windows 7, so I've no clue which issue(s) you are talking about. Can you point to some reference?
 
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I am using eclipse helios & android sdk for about 3-4 months on window 7 home. I have not faced any problem till now.
 
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I'm asking it because I want to start the development of an application working on this OS. But I just heard it too... maybe it is another legend of IT.
 
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The SDK claims to be compatible with Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit), so why don't you give it a try?
 
Felipe Caparelli
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OK, i will try it and post back again... thanks!
 
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I do Android development on Windows 7, both 32-bit and 64-bit, without any problems.
 
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