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Just install android studio
just download book all chapter codes
How to import chapter codes to android studio ?
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Daniel,
Which book? Do you have a link to where you downloaded the chapter code from?

Answering this question will depend on the format the book provided the code in.
 
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book "Android programming the big nerd ranch guide" 3rd edition

below is link of all chapter codes

https://github.com/ChloeLiang/Android-Programming-The-Big-Nerd-Ranch-Guide-3rd-Edition
 
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Thanks. So what you have is a bunch of Gradle projects with IntelliJ IDEA settings. (Android Studio is IntelliJ IDEA under the hood.) Lucky, these are easy to import.

The
  • Android Studio help page
  • lists a bunch of ways to get code in. You want the simple one:

    Import a Gradle-based IntelliJ project

    If you are already using Gradle with your IntelliJ project, you can open it in Android Studio using the following steps:

    Click File > New > Import Project.
    Select your IntelliJ project directory, and click OK. Your project will open in Android Studio.

     
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