Accepted answer

you can either upgrade your existing installation in place (without any re-installation) by adding the juno update site (like you would for any other plugin) or you can import all plugins from your old installation easily into your fresh installation:


your better off using eclipse to reinstall the droid sdk again in your new eclipse; nevertheless, if you added the sdk as a dropin, its a simple matter of opening up the dropin directory and copying that to your new version of eclipse's dropin directory.

if it's anything like my android build it's in your plugin directory. i wouldn't suggest copying your plugin libs over to your new eclipse (ex: cp -rv ./eclipse/plugins/*droid* ./neweclipse/plugins > ~/copiedfiles.txt ), as i'm not 100% certain this way addresses startup issues or further xml configuration necessary for eclipse to behave properly.

Related Query

More Query from same tag