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In android what is Unable to resolve target 'android-15' until the SDK is loaded ?

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What is Unable to resolve target 'android-15' until the SDK is loaded? IN eclipse I am getting the error while am try to run my app. Please help me how to solve this issue.

posted Oct 20, 2014 by anonymous

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In your Eclipse go to window --> Android SDK manager and in sdk manager check whether you have installed sdk for api level 15 or not. Otherwise open your android sdk manager and check that you have installed android sdk api level 15. Right-click on your project then got to properties choose the android tab on your left panel and select the highest api version for your project.

NB: If you cant find Android sdk manager in Window tab, then goto Window->Customize-properties then select the AndroidSDK and AVD maanger in ToolbarVisibilityMenu. click OK. then you can find Android SDK manager in window menu.

answer Oct 20, 2014 by anonymous
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http://source.android.com/source/using-eclipse.html

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