How to change Android sdk path manually

Hello world , is there possible way of manually changing the Android sdk ,ndk and build tools to separate directory i.e D instead of default C , I don’t want to have duplicate … if there’s a way I’m not aware of how to … maybe a system environment variable so fuse X studio detect it ?

I usually keep things organized because I don’t want to overuse resources and storage available .

or it’s not possible atm ?

Yes, you can. You can create .unoconfig and place it in your home folder. Inside the .unoconfig file you can define the NDK or SDK path like:

Android.SDK.Directory:/path/to/sdk/directory
Android.NDK.Directory:/path/to/ndk/directory
Java.JDK.Directory:/path/to/java/home

To check if the uno command is able to pick up the .unoconfig file just type: uno config