The best smartphone Nokia are now joining android world.It’s good for who love Nokia.and also good for apps developer.Now you can Access hundreds of thousands of Android™ apps using Nokia smartphone.
As a concept, the Nokia X is something we’ve long been waiting for.if you are a developer think develop apps for Nokia X .than …..Today in this article I will show how to start up Nokia X Developer Tools Installing and configuring in Android Studio.
Install Nokia X specific packages
You can install the Nokia X specific packages with the SDK Manager by providing a new add-on site URL. Alternatively, you can use an installer to install the packages.
The steps for installing the Nokia X packages with the SDK Manager are the following:
Open the SDK Manager and select Tools -> Manage Add-on Sites…
Open User Defined Sites tab and click the New… button
Enter the following URL to the Add Add-on Site URL dialog:
Click the Close button to close the Add-on Sites window
You should now see the following packages available for install in the SDK Manager:
|Android 4.1.2(API 16) Nokia X System Image|
|Nokia X Extra Tools|
Installing Nokia X code samples plugin on Android Studio
If you are fully new in Nokia X Apps Development. Than Nokia X code samples, plugin helps you to load Nokia X code samples Project onto the Android Studio project workspace.You try to build apps using this sample project
Do Simple Flowing Steep:
From the File menu, click Settings or click the Settings icon as shown below.
The Settings dialog appears. Plugins are selected by default. Click Install Plugins from disk..
Click Install plugin from disk and select the plugin installation file
( as shown in the following figure and click OK.
The Nokia X Code Samples plugin is selected under Plugins section. Click OK to proceed with the installation of the Nokia X Code Samples plugin.
Once the plugin installation is complete, you will be prompted to restart Android Studio to activate the plugin. Click Restart to complete the plugin installation.
After installing Nokia X code samples plug-in on Android Studio, you can show the icon on here
Loading Nokia X code samples on Android Studio
Nokia menu, select Code Samples or click the Code Samples icon.
Select a sample from the Examples list and click Open to load the sample into the Android Studio project workspace. The sample is loaded in the Project view.
Note: After Complete this Flowing steep if you select a sample project and run it on work space it’s may be a show flowing error. the error come from you don’t have setup nokiaXsdk that’s why you will show this error. now we need to configure SDK to build Project.
Configuring SDK to build using Nokia X services SDK
If your project is already open, from the File menu, select Project Structure. For default project settings, select File > Other Settings > Default Project Structure.
The Project Structure dialog appears.
Select SDKs From Platform Setting
In SDKs Menu Add new SDK by Click [+] icon select Android SDK. Open Select SDK Directory
Now in this Select Home Directory for Android SDK in this box we will need to select android studio SDK path directory, for example:
Now Open Create New Android SDK dialog Box her is two options Java SDK: make it JDK And Build target: here Select Nokia X Service (4.12)
Note: if you are not see Nokia X Service(4.1.2) in this list may be you are not properly install Nokia X service SDK
Now You Can See Android 4.1.2 Nokia X Service
Setting up the emulator for Nokia X
After Developing NokiaX App, We need to test with Virtual Device it’s better to understand to work on NokiaX Platform. so we need to create a new Android Virtual Device (AVD).
go to Tools -> Show Android. Launching the AVD manager from
Provide a name for the AVD, for example “NokiaXService”. Make sure the target of the AVD is Nokia X services (Nokia) – API Level 16. It is recommended to set an SD card and check Use Host GPU since those are required to run HERE applications and Xpress Browser Note that you can change the settings of the AVD later.
Select the desired AVD from the CPU/ABI drop-down. Once you are happy with the settings click OK to create the virtual device.
To verify that the NokiaXService emulator works, you can launch it by going back to Android Virtual Devices tab in Android Virtual Device Manager, selecting the created AVD and clicking the Start button.