Any other more easier way out there? Yes, there is and follow me.
First of all, you are required to register to MOTODEV. After the registation is completed, you can login to the site and go to "
MOTODEV Studio" to download the "
Full Installer". The current version at this writing is 1.3.
For 32-bit Linux
For 64-bit Linux
To install, just run one of the following command depends on your hardware.
Follow the instructions on the screen and your Android Development Environment is ready.
To update the Eclipse :
Help" -- "
Check for Updates"
To install SDK and/or Add-ons for Motorola's devices :
MOTODEV" -- "
To set to update your developing enviromnent automatically :
Window" -- "
Preferences" -- "
Install/Update" -- "
Why MOTODEV Studio?
1. Easy - One command to install all required components;
2. Code snippets - Frequently used parts of code as snippets and use them in any number of applications you want;
3. Database management tools - work with SQLite databases using a GUI interface without leaving IDE;
4. Localisation file editor - helps you manage strings to create localised applications;
5. Application creation wizards - quickly and easily to create essential Android classes, such as Content Provider, Service, Activity and Broadcast Receiver;
6. Automated SDK download - automatically download, install and configure the latest Android SDK;
7. Others - application signing, Android Market integration and a built-in emulator.
That's all! See you.