Steve Luke wrote:I had the same problem on Linux. I couldn't find a means of fixing the issue through the normal conflict resolution mechanisms in Eclipse, so I tried to uninstall the Android plugin (the plan being to re-install version 23). But instead uninstalling the Android plugin ended up uninstalled the entire Eclipse platform. Lovely, no warning, just full uninstall. The first I knew of it doing the complete uninstall was when it tried to auto restart and said it couldn't find the application. Manual searching also found that the entire Eclipse bundle had been removed. So I don't suggest trying to remove the Android plugin.
I had to download and re-install. And lost all my configuration of course. Nothing I love more than re-configuring the formatting the way I like.