score:35

Accepted answer

Help-->Install New Software-->What is already installed?

Then, Select "Android DDMS, Andoid Devlopment Tools,Android Hierarcy Viewer, Android native Development Tools, Android Traceview, Tracer for OpenGL ES" and click Uninstall.

After all this step, try Add link (https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/) and name is ADT Plugin. This link will get the latest ADT Plugin. In this way you reinstall the ADT.

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Installing ADT is a major problem specially when updating. Also sometimes it's just a pain to install ADT by providing the direct link. Often Eclipse will stall while displaying "Calculating requirements and dependencies".

I found it simpler at times to first uninstall all the 7 components:

-Android DDMS
-Andoid Devlopment Tools
-Android Hierarcy Viewer
-Android Native Development Tools
-Android Traceview
-Tracer for OpenGL ES
-Google App Engine Tools for Android(If installed)

Then download the latest ZIP/Archive.

Install the Archive from Help->Install New Software->Add->Archive
Select the downloaded ZIP, provide a name for it and follow the standard installation process.

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I had the same issue and the following solution worked for me.

I had installed SDK Platform of M Preview while my ADT was of version 22. So I just uninstalled SDK Platform of M preview and installed SDK platform of API level 22 from SDK Manager.

This worked for me.

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this solution works.!!!!!!!

Open eclipse> Help>about eclipse>Installation

uninstall the component the are included to the .zip file you downloaded. download like below.

(credit to mr.zakimark

I found it simpler at times to first uninstall all the 7 components:

-Android DDMS -Andoid Devlopment Tools -Android Hierarcy Viewer -Android Native Development Tools -Android Traceview -Tracer for OpenGL ES -Google App Engine Tools for Android(If installed)

Then download the latest ZIP/Archive.

Install the Archive from Help->Install New Software->Add->Archive Select the downloaded ZIP, provide a name for it and follow the standard installation process.

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I couldn't uninstall the old ADT plugins from the 'Help->Installation Details` page because the 'Uninstall...' button was disabled when I selected any of the modules.

Also, because the ADT bundle is no longer available to download, reinstalling was not an option.

What worked for me was to install the basic Eclipse environment using the Eclipse Installer from here. In the installer, I selected 'Advanced Mode...' from the hamburger menu, and then selected just the 'Eclipse Platform' to install, i.e. just the core tools. I think that this is only possible using the installer.

After eclipse was installed, I installed all the ADT plugins using 'Help->Install New Software' and using link https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/.

YMMV, but this worked for me.

score:1

The only solution that worked to me was to download the current Eclipse ADT bundle from the Android site

After download it, I copied my current sdk to a folder like .../development/sdk. Then I deleted the sdk that came with this new Bundle.

I put ADT Bundle in .../development/adt-bundle-.... After start it, you jave to inform the new sdk location in Window > Preferences > Android, so in SDK Location you put the new sdk path. In my case: .../development/sdk.

Of course, you can put the sdk folder inside the new ADT Bundle folder, but I do this way, because I use Android Studio as well, so I point the two IDEs to the same SDK.

After finish this and be sure everything is working I deleted the old ADT Bundle folder.

score:9

None of these "update" alone answers worked for me.

The solution I used is to uninstall the ADT (from Uninstalling Android ADT)

Help > About Eclipse > Installation Details

Select all of the Android modules (prefixed with com.android.ide...)

and delete them (Uninstall...) and re-add the libraries from the

help > Install new software

As listed above....


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