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I am downloading the android SDK and I have checked everything to download and it is taking ages.

what do i need to install so I can do android programming (2.1,2.2,2.3) with an emulator in netbeans/eclispse?

I am getting more packages to download at home rather than work which has proxies.

Evey so often the android download asks my for a domain login/password? I just leave this blank.
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You need to download android SDK Tools, platform-tools and then what is under android 4.0.3 - basically upper part of your screen.
I downloaded that and then even ran Hello android program

It didnd't ask me for any login/pasword though
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Maybe you could skip say sources and documentation, but I guess, you'll eventually need it especially documentation

It took some time but it ws reasonable for me; all of course depend on connection
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