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Cannot see any API's in Android SDK Manager

Posted on 2012-12-27
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Greetings all,

I am using WinDev Mobile 17 to create Android Apps.

I recently upgraded my Android SDK Tools from version 19 to 21 and WinDev Mobile was no longer able to create the .apk file.

So I need to get back to Android SDK Tool revision 18 or 19.

I uninstalled Android SDK Manager.

Then I tried to re-install from a file that I used in the past (installer_r18-windows.exe).

The install seemed to work fine.

But when I run SDK Manager, I only see the Tools and Extras folders. I don't see any of the folder that are normally in between these two folder (e.g., Android 2.3.3 (API 10)) where I can check the box and have the SDK Manager download and install the Android 2.3.3 (API 10). Please see attached screenshot.

Any help on accomplishing this would really be appreciated.

Attached is what I see when I run the SDK Manager.

Thanks!!

PEM
Android-SDK-Manager---Missing-AP.gif
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Peter Kwan earned 500 total points
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Would you please paste what is in the Android SDK Manger log?
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by:pemurray
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I solved this problem by installing the ADT Android SDK bundle. I had been told that my app development tool that I was working with would not work with SDK Tools rev 20 or higher. That turned out to be false. Thanks anyway.
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