How to Install Android Studio in Linux
Install Android Studio in Linux
Android Studio is official IDE for android apps development. In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to install Android Studio in Linux.
Before you start to install Android Studio in Linux. You must have the non-root user account on your Desktop with sudo privileges.
You should also have Java installed on your system.To check whether Java installed or not please enter following command.
If java is not installed on your system then refer following tutorials:
Install Java in Linux
In this tutorial we are going to install Android Studio 3.4 in Linux as 3.4 is the current latest version available at the time of writing this tutorial. If you want latest version then you can visit official Android Studio download page:
To download Android Studio 3.4 run below command:
Now extract the downloaded package by using following command:
sudo tar -xvzf android-studio-ide-183.5452501-linux.tar.gz
Next navigate to the extracted directory using following command:
Then navigate to
bin directory using following command:
Now start installing Android Studio by running following command:
Here you will be prompted for configuration settings just click on next and in another step select standard installation and click on next.
After completing all of these initial things you have successfully installed android studio in your Linux system successfully.
You have learned how to install Android Studio in Linux. If you have any queries regarding this please don’t forget to comment out.
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