The sdkmanager is a command line tool that allows you to view, install, update, and uninstall packages for the Android SDK. If you’re using Android Studio, then you do not need to use this tool and you can instead manage your SDK packages from the IDE. The sdkmanager tool is provided in the Android SDK Tools package (25.2.3 and higher) and is …
To download and install latest android APIs and development tools from the internet, android provide us with android SDK manager. Android SDK Manager separates the APIs, tools and different platforms into different packages which you can download. Android SDK manager comes with the Android SDK …
I want to list the installed sdk packages by command lines.(For some reasons I cannot use the GUI) I have done some research and found out several commands to list the available packages on the remote server, but I fail to find any command to list the installed sdk packages yet.
The Android SDK separates tools, platforms, and other components into packages you can download using the SDK Manager. You can launch the SDK Manager in one of the following ways: From Eclipse (with ADT), select Window > Android SDK Manager. On Windows, double-click the SDK Manager.exe file at the root of the Android SDK directory.
How to install SDK packages offline after download is …
reload SDK manager and ask to install packages again; in this way, still you need an internet connection so the SDK manager can check the validity of your packages. but at least you can download the packages from any other source or with a download manager to have a faster download speed