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-   Please note this guide is on hold as Eclipse is no longer supported in the bitbucket version of Orx. +   This guide is based on Android Studio 3.1.3 and NDK version r17b.
-   Old versions of Orx may be okNew pages coming soon for Android Studio.+
  
-====== Getting ​android tools and orx ======+====== Getting ​Android Studio ​and the NDK ======
  
 +You will need to install the latest Android Studio from here: http://​developer.android.com/​sdk/​index.html
 +Warning though, Android Studio is 887MB.
  
-You will need to install the latest Android [[http://​developer.android.com/​sdk/​index.html|Eclipse ADT and SDK Bundle]] and [[http://​developer.android.com/​tools/​sdk/​ndk/​index.html|NDK]].+Once installed, and Android Studio runs for the first time, it will download a whole lot of SDK stuff for youThis will take time because it is another huge download time (yet, it's automatic).
  
-When you have everything unpacked to your harddrive, open the SDK Manager and ensure you have the API 19 SDK checked and installed.+Install ​the NDK from: http://​developer.android.com/​ndk/​index.html
  
 +If your NDK was packaged as an installer, the environment variable would have been set. If not, set one in the PATH variable to point to folder where the ndk-build command is located.
  
  
-===== Clone orx repository ===== 
  
-   cd <​MY_LIBS>​ +===== Getting the Orx repository =====
-   hg clone https://​bitbucket.org/​orx/​orx+
  
 +   cd <​SOME_FOLDER_FOR_ORX>​
 +   git clone https://​github.com/​orx/​orx
  
-There are two important things in the version of orx from bitbucket:+There are two important things ​provided ​in Orx repository:
  
-    1. Orx library for android ​(we will need to compile this ourselves) +    1. The Orx library for Android ​(we can also compile this ourselves, even though one is supplied pre-compiled
-    2. The android demo project+    2. The Android Demo Project
  
-The orx library will need to be compiled for Android so that it can be used in other projects (like yours). The android demo will serve as a project template for your own project.+The Orx library will need to be compiled for Android so that it can be used in other projects (like yours). The Android Demo will serve as a project template for your own project.
  
 Let's do that now. Let's do that now.
  
-You can now move to the next step: [[en:orx:​tutorials:​setup_android|Compiling orx and the Android demo]] for compiling orx, and testing if the demo project compiles and works on your device.+You can now move to the next step: [[en:​tutorials:​setup_android|Compiling orx and the Android demo]] for compiling orx, and testing if the demo project compiles and works on your device.
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