How to Install Android Studio on Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety 32-64bit Easy Guide

October 6, 2016 | By Duchateaux.

Android Studio IDE Quick Start for Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Linux

Hi! The Tutorial shows you Step-by-Step How to Install Android Studio IDE in Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak i386/amd64 GNU/Linux Desktop.

First, the Android Studio is the Official IDE for Android Application Development, based on IntelliJ IDEA.

Especially relevant: the Android App Development Requires a working Oracle Java JDK Installation for Ubuntu.

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Again about the Android Studio IDE main Features are:

  • Flexible Gradle-based build system
  • Build variants and multiple apk file generation
  • Code templates to help you build common app features
  • Rich layout editor with support for drag and drop theme editing
  • Lint tools to catch performance, usability, version compatibility, and other problems
  • ProGuard and app-signing capabilities
  • Built-in support for Google Cloud Platform, making it easy to integrate Google Cloud Messaging and App Engine
  1. Download Android Studio IDE for Ubuntu

    Android Studio IDE tar.gz Linux
  2. Then Double-Click on Android Archive
    Extract into /tmp

    Install Android Studio IDE on Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety - extraction
  3. After Open a Shell Terminal emulator window
    Ctrl+Alt+t on Desktop
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Install Android Studio IDE on Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety - Open Terminal

    In case first see: Terminal QuickStart Guide.

  4. And for 64-bit Systems only Install the Required Packages.

    sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32stdc++6
  5. How to Install Required Oracle Java JDK 8 on Ubuntu

    Install Oracle JDK 8 for Ubuntu
  6. Finally, to Relocate Android Studio IDE
    For a System wide installation we Set the superUser as Holder

    sudo chown -R root:root /tmp/android-studio

    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then see: How to Enable sudo
    Then Move the Android Studio contents into the /opt Directory

    sudo mv /tmp/android-studio /opt/
  7. And to Make the Android SDK Command-line Accessible
    Amend the User’s Path like:

    nano ~/.bashrc


    /nexport PATH=~/Android/sdk/platformtools:~/Android/sdk/tools:/opt/android-studio/bin:$PATH

    Ctrl+x to Save & Exit from nano editor :)

  8. Getting-Started with Android Studio App Development on Ubuntu - Config Wizard

  9. Getting-Started with Android App Development

    Android Studio Quick Start Guide

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