Now open the SDK Manager again as administrator and it will work.

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Now search in the command line column for the same folder that contains /tools, click on it and click on End Process button.

This will force all processes that use the same folder to be closed.

If it already exists, sometimes even creating a copy of the tools folder does not work.

Therefore: i have another solution, that helped me. When you got error message in SDK Manager, copy zip file (name contains version and 'tools' word) from sdk/temp folder; 2. Unzip archive from first item, you got new tools, and replace sdk/tools with new one; 4.

you can download the device driver file from here also have look here see the option for USB debugging mode in Android 4.2 or higher, do the following: Open up your device’s “Settings”.

This can be done by pressing the Menu button while on your home screen and tapping “System settings” Now scroll to the bottom and tap “About phone” or “About tablet”. ” message pop up, then you know you have done it correctly.

I removed the packages indicated in the api 22 in the sdk and the problem is not resolved.

I edited of Applications / Android / android-sdk-macosx / system-images / android-22 / android-wear / x86 and of Applications / Android / android-sdk-macosx / system-images / android-22 / android-wear / armeabi-v7a I removed the lines containing "d:skin" Finally restart eclipse and the problem was resolved!

This is why you do not have permissions, not because you are not administrator.

Try closing Eclipse, click 'YES' in the SDK manager warning message (or re-run SDK manager again while Eclipse is not running). Click on the Processes tab and sort the processes according to the command line column.

ADB in Android Studio (Ubuntu) ERROR : Unable to detect adb version, adb output: /home/hamid/Android/Sdk/platform-tools/adb: 1: /home/hamid/Android/Sdk/platform-tools/adb: Syntax error: ")" unexpected This happened only for 32 bits linux platform.