Open ask tools folder, and you will see path at. Or you can do cd (change directory). Let me find exact code for cd
Ok, so first tell me where your SDK tools folder is located at...
But here is the example...if it's located on C drive...to change directory, you would type:
When you open the Sdk tools folder, the path is in top navigation bar.
I saved it to a folder on my desktop, then I clicked on it and extracted it, and just hit OK. It placed a diff folder in the Folder and when I click on that I see a folder called tools. Whe I click on that it gives me a fairly long path in the nav bar, I copied it and placed it after "cd" as stated and gave me :
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
© Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.
C:\Documents and Settings\Owner>"cd"C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Desktop\Droi
d Programs for Root\android-sdk_r05-windows\android-sdk-windows\tools
The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect.
C:\Documents and Settings\Owner>
Olta777, I believe I may have found the problem? Typing the quotes for change directory? and am I correct that the path will be where the Android SDK folder is saved to after being extracted? When I hit extract on the download, it places a folder in my original download folder that says "Android-sdk.... When I open that, there is a tools folder inside, once I open that (there are many items in that) then that is the path correct? And if so, what is it that I change the name of to Android (that is in a SDK Set up post you had http://www.mydroidwo...s-easy-way.html
: ) I know, told you I was a noob, was not exaggerating!
Edited by dpeco, 09 March 2010 - 12:24 PM.
change and add link