Guide to Import Android Project From Github in Android Studio: –
In this article, I am going to explain how you can Import any Android Project in Android Studio from Github. If you’re an app developer and want to import an existing Android project from your own GitHub repository or someone else’s repository, you can make that possible if you read and follow the remaining steps below.
Without any further ado, let’s get started.
How to Import Android Project in Android Studio From Github: –
1. Open the Android Studio app >> New Project and tap on the “Get from Version Control” option.
2. Now, Copy the Github Android Project Repository URL from the browser.
3. After that, Paste the Copied Github Repo. URL in the Android Studio URL field and choose your directory.
4. Now, Tap on the Clone option in the bottom and wait till the Android project repository clones into the Android studio.
5. After the cloning gets completed, Tap on Yes to open the Project in the Android Studio.
6. Now, You can see the Cloned/Imported Github Repository Android Project in your Android Studio application.
7. Now, You have successfully imported the Android project from Github repository version control to Android studio.
Suppose, If you get any Gradle Build error or shows Unsupported Modules detected. Follow the steps below.
Solution For Unsupported Modules Detected: –
- Open the Android studio project.
- Now, Tap on Build option in the top menu bar.
- Select Build Bundle(s) / APK(s) option >> Tap Build APK(s)
Wrapping Up: –
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