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Solved: Package Can't Be Loaded on Android SDK Manager

-- Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Some customers says that after installing Android SDK, the system keep on saying "Done loading packages" when they launch Android SDK Manager when downloading API but the package is empty. If this happens to you, you can read the tutorial below to solve it on your own.

Step 1. Launch Android SDK Manager after downloading and click "Tools > Options".

Step 2. Then, in the pop-up window, you will see that there are three options under "Others" category. Choose the first one, the one that start with the word "Force". And then click "close" to save the settings.

Load Package with Android SDK Manager

Step 3. Open "My Computer" and find the file folder "C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc."

Step 4. Double click "Hosts" file. Open this as a .txt file and move on to the second step.

Step 5. Type the below words in the pop-up window:

"#google_android update"

After that, click "Files" and then "Save" or just the "Ctrl+S" button to save the update.

Step 6. Come back to Android SDK Manager, click "Packages" and "Reload". All the packages will be listed out and you can download the Android Package with ease.

Here you go. If you need other Android tips, please check the link and you will find many useful tutorial that will help you a lot.

Ivy Bruce

Ivy Bruce is the Founder and Editorial Director at Recovery-Android Studio. You can also find her on Google+ and Twitter.