Everytime I get a new computer, I install Java on it, and then Android Studio. And everytime I have
to remember how to set
JAVA_HOME. And I forget, and do the same Google searches
😄. So I’ve decided to write it down this time.
In your home directory, create this
# more info https://goo.gl/YHmHGp export JAVA_HOME=$(/usr/libexec/java_home) export ANDROID_HOME=/Users/nazmul/Library/Android/sdk export PATH="/Users/nazmul/scripts:$PATH" launchctl setenv ANDROID_HOME $ANDROID_HOME launchctl setenv JAVA_HOME $JAVA_HOME
Now replace all the
/Users/nazmul folders with your username!
Then restart Terminal, and you are good to go.
This will work for launching Android Studio from Finder as well. Since if you don’t do the
launchctl stuff, your environment variables will be set when you’re in Terminal, but not when you
launch something from Finder.