1. Go to:
Control panel/System/Advanced System Settings/Environment
Variables. You will first land on "User Variables" Tab
until you hear "System Variables.
Now press the arrow key to see if Your ANDROID_Home is
if not you will have to create one yourself:
2. Still on the "System Variable tab", tab once to new.
you will land on an edit box that will allow you to type
in your variable name.
3. now tab once more to another Edit box and fill in the
full path to the directory name where your Android SDK
resides. If you don't know where it is, tab once more to
locate the browse button. Press space on it and tab to
the tree view where you can open it up to look for your
Android SDK installation, usually it is in:
Note: Some folders are hidden by default. You have to go
to Control Panel/File options to unhide these folders.
Note: You must have admin rights to perform these system
Hope that helps.
On 12/15/2019 11:28 PM, Ramesh Patil wrote:
Yes, I am absolutely sure I have installed 32
bit Android studio because my windows is 32bit only.
Another have set the environment variable for
How to check android_home variable question mark
Hello! Are you absolutely sure you installed the
32 bit version of Android Studio? Also, Check
your JAVA_HOME and ANDROID_HOME variables.
On 12/15/2019 7:10 PM, Ramesh Patil wrote:
I am using windows 10 32 bit version with JDK 8
installed for 32 bit also I have activated Java
access bridge but Android studio is not
supporting Nvda screen reader. I vhecked check
box of screen reader support under setting of
android studio. But still not works. Please