In the SDK Platforms tab, you must also install at least one version of the Android platform. To download only those that are required, click the check box next to the version name.To see all available packages for each Android platform, click Show Package Details at the bottom of the window.Tip: You can also customize the file so each project uses a specific build chain and compilation options.For more information see, Configuring Gradle Builds.Within each platform version, you'll find the following packages: is required in your environment so you're able to compile your application.In order to provide the best user experience on the latest devices, use the latest platform version as your build target.For example, a mobile carrier or device manufacturer might offer additional API libraries that are supported by their own Android-powered devices.
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Hello, I just flashed a brand new copy of Android 5.0 (fresh install) on my N5 and for some reason it won't update the profile picture from Google like in previous versions (4.4.4 and before).
This is what I mean: Originally Posted by veinripper Hello, I just flashed a brand new copy of Android 5.0 (fresh install) on my N5 and for some reason it won't update the profile picture from Google like in previous versions (4.4.4 and before).
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