Android SDK permissions on Linux

Sep 3, 2016 by Johan

Installing the Android SDK might give some headaches when it comes to permissions. The commands below set the correct permissions to run the tools without further root requirements.

sudo chown -R root:root android-sdk-linux/
sudo chmod -R a+r android-sdk-linux/
sudo chmod a+x android-sdk-linux/
sudo chmod a+x android-sdk-linux/*/
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Johan is a 37-year-old man from The Netherlands, currently living in Germany. His interests are music, universe & space, IT-technology, quantum mechanics, physics and electronics. After high school and college he has been working on IT-support for different companies. He is a fan of science fiction and is always excited to see technology evolve from idea to reality. Especially the developments for quantum computing to real life applications and new discoveries in space can always count on his attention.


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