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Google Android Application...?

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Please suggest me, How To Write Your First Google Android Application...?

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1. Download the Android SDK
2. Install ADT plugin for Eclipse for Eclipse IDE
3. Downlaod latest SDK tools and platforms using SDK Manager.

4. Create a project with Eclipse clicking New in toolbar
5.Open Android folder, select Android Application Project and click Next.
6. Fill Application Name, Project Name and Package Name, Minimum required SDK,Target SDK and Compile with.
Click Next
7. Configure the project, leave the default selections and click Next.
8. Next screen will help to create a launcher icon for your app.Click Next.
9. Select activity template from which to begin building the app.Select Blank Activity for this first project and click Next.
Leave all details for the activity in their default state and click Finish.

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Step One: Download & Installation:
First download and install the latest version of the Java JDK. Do not use the 64-bit version as it may cause you issues later on. Instead install the x86 version, with the default options.
Second, get the Android SDK – make sure to install the 32-bit ADT-Bundle version for Windows, even if you have a 64-bit system.
Step Two:Configure The ADT-Bundle:
First, start Eclipse, which is located within your ADT-Bundle within the Eclipse folder. If you are prompted to locate the Android SDK, you’ll have to manually find it from within your downloaded ADT-Bundle.
Second, you’ll be prompted to set your workspace location — the default is good enough.
Third, click on the Android SDK icon in your toolbar in the ADT-Bundle.
Step Three: Set Up The Android Virtual Device (AVD):
First, click on the AVD (Android virtual device manager) in the toolbar of the ADT interface. This creates a virtual device that lets you test your apps.
Step 4: Create a New Project.
Navigate to ‘File -> New -> Android Project’.
here’s options to choose the Holo theme and Android launcher icon, as well as other options. However, these are cosmetic options. As long as you choose the correct SDK for the SDK that you downloaded, you’ll be OK.
Step 5: Configure The New Project.
Step 6: Run Your Program
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