How do I map android SDK after the eclipse android plugin is installed?

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Hope this helps:

Step 1.) Go to https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/index-developer.php?release=kepler and download appropriate Eclipse version.

Step 2.) Extract downloaded zip file in appropriate location. In this tutorial, I have downloaded and installed it under program files.

Step 3.) Right click on eclipse.exe file and send shortcut to desktop.

Step 4.) Double click on eclipse shortcut from desktop and select appropriate location to create your workspace.

Step 5.) Navigate to Window > Preferences. This should open Preferences window.

Step 6.) On the left hand side page expend “Java” and click on “Installed JREs”

Step 7.) Click Add. It will open “Add JRE” dialog. Select “Standard VM” and click Next.

Step 8.) For “JRE home”  select “Direcotry…”. This will open “Browse for folder” dialog. Select the location where your JDK is installed. NOTE: MAKE SURE THAT ITS x64 AS WELL, AS WE ARE USING 64-BIT VERSION OF ECLIPSE.

Step 9.) If you have selected proper location, it will show JDK version in JRE name and it will display “JRE system libraries”.

Step 10.) Click finish. Now your JDK is properly pointed as “Installed JREs”.

Step 11.) Select checkbox unchecked before name of your JDK name.

Click ok and you’re done. You are now using JDK as “Installed JREs”


Source: http://agile-qa-quality-assurance-software-testing-automation-blog.com/download-eclipse-and-setup-jdk-as-installed-jres/