Android Studio 1.5.2

May 11th, 2016: Android Studio 1.5.2 contains a critical security fix. We highly recommend you update to this version or Android Studio 2.1.1 for the fix. For additional information about Android Studio, see the main developer site.


Installation

The instructions below describe how to install Android Studio 1.5.2 for the Linux, Mac OSX, and Windows operating systems. Note: If you already have a previous version of Android Studio installed, you should first install and run this new version of the IDE from a separate location, before you delete the previous installation.


Windows

To install Android Studio 1.5.2 on Windows, use the following instructions:
  1. If you already have a previous version of Android Studio installed:
    1. Save your work and close any running instances of Android Studio.
    2. Navigate to the directory of your current Android Studio installation, typically c:\Program Files\Android\.
    3. Rename the directory of the current installation to something else, such as “Android Studio-OLD”.
    4. If you encounter a User Account Control dialog window, click Yes.
  2. Go to the location of the zip file you have just downloaded.
  3. Unzip the contents of the file to c:\Program Files\Android\
  4. Rename the unzipped “android-studio” directory to “Android Studio”.
  5. To open Android Studio, double click an existing Android Studio shortcut, or navigate to c:/.../Android Studio/bin/ and double-click studio.exe.
  6. If you have an existing project, go to File > Open and open your project.
  7. If your project builds and runs as expected, you may uninstall your previous installation of Android Studio.

Mac OS X
  1. To install Android Studio 1.5.2 on Mac OSX, use the following instructions:
    1. If you already have a previous version of Android Studio installed:
    2. Save your work and close any running instances of Android Studio.
    3. Open Finder and navigate to the Applications directory.
    4. Right-click the existing Android Studio application and select Rename.
  2. Rename the application to something else, such as “Android Studio-OLD”.
  3. Go to the location of the zip file you have just downloaded.
  4. Double-click the file to unzip it.
  5. Drag and drop the new Android Studio application into the Application directory.
  6. Run Android Studio by double-clicking the application.
  7. If you have an existing project, go to File > Open and open your project.
  8. If your project builds and runs as expected, you may uninstall your previous installation of Android Studio.

Linux
To install Android Studio 1.5.2 on Linux, use the following instructions:
  1. If you already have a previous version of Android Studio installed:
    1. Save your work and close any running instances of Android Studio.
    2. Navigate to the directory of your current Android Studio installation.
    3. Rename the directory of the current installation to something else, such as “android-studio-OLD”.
  2. Go to the location of the zip file you have just downloaded.
  3. Unzip the contents of the zip file:
    • If you already have an existing installation of Android Studio, unzip the file to the same location as your previous installation of Android Studio.
    • Otherwise, unzip to your desired installation directory.
  4. Open a Terminal window and enter the following:
    $ cd <your-installation-directory>/bin/
  5. To run the new version of Android Studio, enter the following command:
    $ ./studio.sh
  6. If you have an existing project, go to File > Open and open your project.
  7. If your project builds and runs as expected, you may uninstall your previous Android Studio installation.


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