Prepping Android SDK (Windows)
For the past couple days I've been trying to download the Android SDK so I can do the testing stufs with it. I followed the directions on Cookbook tutorial 6.4 "Preparing your PC for Android development (Part I)" (help.gamesalad.com/hc/en-us/articles/203082467)
Every time, after I install it and open the SDK Manager, all I see are Android SDK Tools and Android SDK Platform-tools, while the tutorial also says to check "Latest Android API (Currently 4.0.3, API 15)" and "Google USB Driver".
Here's more specifically what my SDK Manager looks like...
Tools>Android SDK Tools; API: [blank]; Rev: 18; Status: Update available: rev. 22
Tools>Android SDK Platform-tools; API: [blank]; Rev: 19; Status: Not installed
Extras>Android SDK Platform-tools, revision 19 [*]; API: [blank]; Rev. 19; Status: Installed
(Sorry bout all this textiness, idk how to post a screenshot)
I've tried it with multiple versions of java, including 1.7.0_01(which i already had), 1.6u30 (which is the one used in the tutorial), and 1.6.0_43 (which the link in the tutorial seems to go to).
So if anybody has any idea what's up, your advice would be much appreciated. Thanks a lot!