Android Studio is one of the many available tools used for Android development. This is a cross-platform tool that works on many operating systems and has numerous built-in features and comes with multiple layouts to generate an eye-catching GUI. These features were one reason why this tool replaced the previously popular Eclipse IDE tool.
You can install Android Studio on Ubuntu 22.04 using two methods, either using the Android Studio repository or Snap. Both methods have been discussed in detail here.
Method 1: Using Android Studio Repository
Follow the steps below to learn how to use this method to install Android Studio on Ubuntu 22.04. This method uses the PPA repository to proceed with the installation process.
Step 1: Install JDK
If you don’t have JDK installed on your system, use below given command to install it on Ubuntu 22.04.
During processing you will be asked whether you want to continue or not. Press “Y” to continue the installation process.
Step 2: Verify the installation
Now check if the app installed successfully.
The installation has been verified.
Step 3: Add Android Studio Repository
After JDK has been installed, you need to import the android-studio repository by running the command given below.
Step 4: Update system
Now update your system before proceeding to install Android Studio.
Step 5: Install the app
After updating the system, you can now easily install the app.
Now all you have to do is look for the app in the menu and when you find it you can click on it to start using the app.
Android Studio has been installed.
Method 2: Using Snap
Here we have worked out how you can use Snap Store to install Android Studio.
Step 1: Install Snap
Snap is installed by default on Ubuntu 22.04. However, if it is not installed, use the command given below.
Step 2: Install JDK
You need to install JDK on your system before installing Android Studio as given in the previous method.
Step 3: Install Android Studio
Finally, use the command given below to install Android Studio.
The app has been installed.
How to uninstall Android Studio
If you want to uninstall Android Studio using Snap, follow the command given below:
Android Studio has been successfully removed or uninstalled.
You can install Android Studio on Ubuntu 22.04 using either the android-studio repository or Snap. In both cases, you need to install JDK first, which can be done with the $ sudo apt install openjdk-11-jdk command. Each method has a specific set of steps that need to be followed and these have been discussed in detail along with visuals.