Solved: set JAVA_HOME variable, Android Studio doesn't find JDK

Solved: set JAVA_HOME variable, Android Studio doesn't find JDK

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In this video i show you how to set JAVA_HOME variable in Windows 8 and Windows 7 if Android Studio or Eclipse doesn’t want to run.

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    I m getting error as if like…
    Android studio is using this jdk..

    Which is different from what Gradle use…

    Please help me with error….

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    Work for me but for Ren'py. haha

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    4 years later it got it working for me. Thanks.

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    This works for Ren'py, with some tweaking:
    1) Don't shorten the JAVA_HOME url. Enter C:Program FilesJavajdk-9.0.4 or whatever your Java url is.
    2) After setting JAVA_HOME, go to 'system variables', which you will find in the same popup window as environmental variables.
    3) Find a system variable called Path (scroll down, they're in alphabetical order) and click edit.
    4) Add ;[your Java url]bin to the end of the verrrry long text. For example, mine was C:ProgramDataOracleJava(…lots of text…);C:Program FilesJavajdk-9.0bin
    Don't forget to start with a semi-colon ;
    "Okay" everything to exit.
    You can test this is working by opening the command prompt and typing "javac -version" (without the quotes). If it gives you your version of Java, you've got it right!
    If not, good luck…

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    works on renpy too. thank you!

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    Thank you very much!

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    I get far as running Android Studio but it tells me it can't locate the Java SDK. No matter what I do always same result. It's strange it can find it to actually run the Android Studio but can't find it afterwards.

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    Thank you so much! May God bless you and your family

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    i'm sad because it still does'nt work 🙁

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