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Issue with Android Studio 3.0  RSS feed

 
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I'm developing an app on one machine, and successfully uploading it to bitbucket. When I go to another machine running Android Studio 3.0 also, I can download the project successfully, but when I try to run it, it complains that the Android SDK is not set. When I check the properties of the project using F4, it shows the correct location for the SDK. To get around it, I have to use the Browse button and find the SDK directory again even thought it's the same path I had. The only unusual thing there is that the AppData folder doesn't show in the tree so I have to type it in. Is there a way to rebuild something about the project so that I can run it without having to go and set the path to the same as it was?
 
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