Please provide the following:
- SDK Version: Latest
in Setting up the ( Android Studio’s tools) Step 1
[ -d "$HOME/Library/Android/sdk" ] && ANDROID_SDK=$HOME/Library/Android/sdk || ANDROID_SDK=$HOME/Android/Sdk
echo "export ANDROID_SDK=$ANDROID_SDK" >> ~/`[[ $SHELL == *"zsh" ]] && echo '.zshenv' || echo '.bash_profile'`
Do I need to change anything inside this code ?
im a beginner so please help me.
If you want to start with Expo, there is no need to do anything with Android Studio. You might need it later if you need to make use of a module that is not included with Expo that requires native code. But there’s a lot you can do without worrying about Android Studio.
- Install the
Expo app onto your phone from the Play store.
- Make sure you have
nodejs installed on your PC/Mac. At least version 10.x, but rather version 12.x or 14.x.
- In a terminal window, run
npm install -g expo-cli
expo init your-app-name
- Change to the directory created by the previous step:
- Open the Expo app on your phone and scan the QR code printed by the previous step. (Your phone and PC should be on the same network)
App.js in a text editor and start making changes.
Then check docs.expo.io and read through the walkthrough for the managed workflow.
you solved my problem
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