How to Install Android Studio in Ubuntu
In this tutorial we will learn How to Install and Configure Google's Android Studio, the official tool for developing Android applications.
Android Studio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) designed for developing Android apps. It is the most popular IDE for Android app development.
Following are the steps you need to do in order to Install Android Studio on Ubuntu (Any version of Ubuntu Linux including Ubuntu 16.04 and 14.04).
- Install dependency packages.
- Download Android Studio for Ubuntu.
- Unzip zip file to the /opt directory.
- Execute studio.sh file.
- Create Desktop Entry for Ubuntu Application Menu.
The latest version of the Android Studio comes bundled with OpenJDK, so you don't need to install Java Development Kit separately.
Install dependency packages
First, install the dependency packages need for Ubuntu android studio:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libncurses5:i386 libstdc++6:i386 lib32z1 libbz2-1.0:i386
Download Android Studio for Ubuntu
To download android studio, go to following URL https://developer.android.com/studio/index.html and download the latest package for Linux.
The android studio for Linux comes as a .zip file.
Unzip zip file to the /opt directory
Open the Ubuntu terminal and unzip the .zip file to the /opt directory:
sudo unzip -d /opt android-studio-ide-162.4069837-linux.zip
Execute studio.sh file
To start setup wizard, we need to run studio.sh script from the bin directory of the unzipped folder.
Move to the /opt/android-studio/bin directory and Execute studio.sh file:
This will launch the setup wizard for the Ubuntu Android Studio.
Continue with the default options to install and configure Android Studio on Ubuntu.
Create Desktop Entry for Ubuntu Application Menu
One more thing, We need to add Android Studio to the Ubuntu application menu.
To create a desktop entry, click on Configure and select "Create Desktop Entry" (Or from the Top navigation, Go to Tools and select "Create Desktop Entry").
And that's it!! Now you have Google Android Studio, Integrated Development Environment on your Ubuntu PC.