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Guidance sougnt on a compatibility issue

 
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Greetings:

I write as one with virtually no experience and seek guidance.  Have been using an internet calling app "KeepCalling" that requires java.  In this instance, I have an Android 5.1.1 phone and a beta version of firefox on which I would want to add java to enable wifi phone usage.  Have not found guidance on what particular flavor of java would be indicated for the "keepcalling" app and any other requirements... particularly what would work well with the beta version of firefox mobile.  Seeking the guidance from one who might be able to comment on all of the considerations in this post
 
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Android Studio is the currently supported IDE for Android development.
 
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