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While opeing Eclipse, Avd manager window and android project are not showing. How to get those tabs.

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While opeing Eclipse, Avd manager window and android project are not showing. How to get those tabs.
posted Feb 4, 2016 by Reshmi S

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Go to Eclipse
On Top of your tab
Click on Window >
Customize perspective >
Command Groups Availability tab.
Check the "Android SDK and AVD Manager" option
and
hit the OK button.

answer Feb 4, 2016 by Kavana Gowda
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