2 Ways to Check Android SDK Versions (2022)
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This article shows you a couple of different ways to determine your Android SDK versions installed on your computer. The first approach is to use Android Studio GUI (Graphics User Interface) and the second one is to run a single command.
Using Android Studio
1. Open your Android Studio. In the welcome screen, select “More Actions” > “SDK Manager”:
If you haven’t updated Android Studio for a long time, you might see the interface below. if it is the case, select “Configure” > “SDK Manager”:
2. Navigate to “Appearance & Behavior” > “System Settings” > “Android SDK” and now you can see the SDK versions that were installed in the “API Level” and “Name” columns (focus on “API Level”).
Using Command Line
Many developers prefer to use the command line than GUI (graphic user interface). What you need to do is to open your terminal and then execute the following command:
avdmanager list target
And you will the result that looks similar to this:
There is another command that does the same thing:
android list target
But this one is now deprecated and you should no longer use it.
We’ve gone through 2 methods to see the Android SDK versions on our machine. If you’d like to explore more about Android development as well as mobile development, take a look at the following articles:
- Flutter: Disabling Android System Back Button
- Flutter: Customizing Status Bar Color (Android, iOS)
- Flutter: Customize the Android System Navigation Bar
- React Native: How to add shadow effects on Android
- React Native – How to Update Expo SDK