To install the Android SDK, use the following commands in a Terminal:
brew install android-sdk
Once the installation is finished, use the following commands to install the bare minimum components of the Android SDK. IMPORTANT: Make sure to use Java 1.8 at this point, as the “sdkmanager” only works with this version of Java!
#agree to all the licenses sdkmanager --licenses #install the actual sdk components sdkmanager "build-tools;31.0.0" sdkmanager "platforms;android-31" sdkmanager "sources;android-31" sdkmanager "platform-tools" sdkmanager "cmdline-tools;latest"
If you need to install other SDK components, you may use this command to get a full list of all available components:
Now open/create your hidden “.zshrc” file in your home folder and add the following lines. This will enable you to use the SDKs tools directly in a Terminal:
export ANDROID_SDK_ROOT="/usr/local/share/android-sdk" export ANDROID_HOME=$ANDROID_SDK_ROOT export PATH=$ANDROID_HOME/tools:$PATH export PATH=$ANDROID_HOME/platform-tools:$PATH export PATH=$ANDROID_HOME/build-tools/$(ls $ANDROID_HOME/build-tools | sort | tail -1):$PATH
At last you need to logout and login with your local account.