Android Studio IDE Quickstart for Linux Fedora with Hello World App Example

January 6th, 2015 by thelinuxevangelist

Fedora Linux Android App Development Hello World



The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Quick-Start with Android Studio IDE Development with a Hello World App on Fedora 32-64bit Desktop.

The Hello World Android App is a Basic App that Simply Display the text ‘Hello World’ when You Open it Up.

Android is a Linux-based operating system for cell phones and tablets made by Google and Open Handset Alliance.

Android Studio is the official IDE for Android application development, based on IntelliJ IDEA.

Android Studio IDE Hello World App for Fedora Linux - Featured
  1. How-to Install Android Studio IDE for Fedora Linux:

    Android Studio Installation Fedora
  2. Launch Android Studio IDE & Install Android SDK Tools
    Just accept the proposed Settings…

    Android Studio QuickStart for Linux - welcome
    Android Studio QuickStart for Linux - verify settings
    Android Studio QuickStart for Linux - emulator settings
    Android Studio QuickStart for Linux - downloading components

  3. Create a New Android Studio Project

    Android App Hello World on Android Studio IDE for Fedora Linux - Create New Android Studio Project
  4. Select the Minimum Android API Target

    Android App Hello World on Android Studio IDE for Fedora Linux - Configuring Android Project
  5. Create a Blank Activity

    Hello World App on Android Studio IDE for Fedora Linux - create blank activity
  6. Name and Set App Options

    android studio ide for Fedora Linux quick-start hello world - naming and options
    Then Finish and Wait for Gradle Compilation of the Android App…

  7. Run the Android Hello World App on Emulator

    android studio ide for Fedora Linux quick-start hello world - running app
    Select the Android Emulator to Display the App
    android studio ide for Fedora Linux quick-start hello world - choose emulator
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