Classes Source for Eclipse

Posted: June 30, 2010 in Android, Eclipse
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Okay folks, I have uploaded to dropbox classes source for 1.5, 1r3.6r2, 2.0.1r1, 2.1r1, and 2.2r1:






Unjar or unzip them into the sdk/platform/sources folder that you create and Eclipse than will recognize them.

  1. Tomek says:

    Thanks man! It’s painfull and long process to get sources ourselves…

  2. Chris D says:

    Having upgraded to eclipse 3.6 (cocoa 64bit) the source is no longer working (when it was fine in 3.5), is anybody else having this problem?

  3. […] talking about and solving the issue. From there I found this extremely useful page that provides sources for the various Android releases. Share and […]

  4. Russell Bateman says:

    Could you repost how to wire this stuff up? I’ve tried every method I’ve found out there and can’t get it to work. Maybe a step 1, download your, step 2 extract all, step 3, blah, blah, blah.

  5. Russell Bateman says:

    Ah, at long last, here’s how I fixed it–not what I would call ideal.

    I’ve recorded the steps at the end of a tutorial/tutorial review I’m writing. I hope this helps others; I’ve spent a chunk of time on this nightmare today instead of doing real work.

    A big thanks to this site for work well done. I was having a hard time sifting through the pile of trash that is the base-HEAD.tar figuring out what I really wanted to eat out of it. Mobilebytes has solved that problem for us by this list of downloads.

  6. Tom Tasche says:


    Thanks for the sources so far. But now there’s Android 2.2 revision 1 available. Do you plan to upload the source for it too?


  7. Adrian Romanelli says:

    Apologies ahead of time if this ends up being a dumb question, but looking at the android-sdk-2.1_r1-src.jar file, the ‘awt’ and ‘beans’ directories are at the root level of the jar with other directories like ‘android’, ‘com’, and ‘javax’. I had previously downloaded someone else’s file, and both ‘awt’ and ‘beans’ directories are inside of a ‘java’ directory, instead at the root of the zip file.

    Did the location of the two directories change with r1? Or is the vm/pathing smart enough to find them inside of sources directory now, instead of sources/java? Or do I need to manually create a ‘sources/java’ directory and move ‘awt’ and ‘beans’ into that directory?


  8. eir3 says:

    Thank you very much. As Tomek said above, it’s a painful process getting the sources directly from the official site. Quite awkward for an open-source project.

  9. Whatever is in the SDK for 1.6 now doesn’t seem to match up with the source posted above. I’m going to try to figure out how to sync that up from git.

  10. Roey Ben Hayun says:

    10x allot….
    it was very hard to get the code

  11. Spacebaboon says:

    thanks dude! much appreciated.

  12. Mark says:

    Any chance of Gingerbread, please!?

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