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Sep 2018 - Fresh install of Android with fuse 1.9.0 Mac

After downloading fuse 1.9.0: https://github.com/fuse-open/fuse-studio/releases

The command fuse install android fails at first (cos it hasn’t been updated since fuse went open source).

  1. Download and install the Java Development Kit 8: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html

  2. Close your terminal and reopen before running fuse install android again and voilà! (remember, the SDK install can take awhile, so go grab a cuppa while it installs)

The fuse installer should have detected your JDK and skipped trying to download and install it (I believe the download link is broken because of a recent minor version update 1.8.0_40 … 1.8.0_181).

Side note: Googles Play Store is requiring all new apps to target Android 8.0 (Oreo) at a minimum now. I personally am going to use 1.9.0 to make a “legacy” download available for users below android 8.0 because as of today, they still make a huge chunk of the android market (>70%): https://developer.android.com/about/dashboards

To get your export for android working after the fresh install, you will need to download NDK 16 and replace it in your android SDK until someone comes out with a fix.

NDK 16b: https://developer.android.com/ndk/downloads/revision_history

NDK is usually located in: /Users/<user folder>/Library/Android/sdk as ndk-bundle

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Same for Windows. thx for sharing.

Cool man, could you please share where the default Android folder is for other Windows users?

I did install Andoird with fuse fuse install android
Then Andoird stuff is located


There you can find “ndk-bundle” folder, which has to be replaced with NDK 16b

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