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Hi!

I have a question regarding SDK. Recently I work with a simple app with GUI in Eclipse Photon and I face some problems with AVD version number which were not shown during work in Android studio.
Because the problem is attempted being solved with SDK Manager I relate it to AS and wonder; how can SDK work with the code on one platform and not the other. Is it a problem with version of Java I use (1.8.0_181)?

Am I right thinking both programs use same SDK directory, just using SDK in own way as an available source?
 
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The android sdk is java based, but is not exactly the same, there are some features that are not supported, cause google replaced it with something else or thought you wouldn't need it
 
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