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How can i Creata first Android App?

How can i Creata first Android App?
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Here's the classic first app.
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help

hello every one
if any budy dont can i ask something

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Re: help

Surely you can ask something. In fact, you already did by asking if you could ask something.

If you have anything else to ask, please do. Make a new thread for a new subject or continue here if it's the same subject.

And it helps to end a question with a question mark. That makes clear it's a question.

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Here you go

Step 1: Install Android Studio.
Step 2: Open a New Project.
Step 3: Edit the Welcome Message in the Main Activity.
Step 4: Add a Button to the Main Activity.
Step 5: Create a Second Activity.
Step 6: Write the Button's "onClick" Method.
Step 7: Test the Application.
Step 8: Up, Up, and Away!

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Here you go

very helpful for beginner...!! Thanks

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Hello

What a nice, simple answer. I also did... Thanks Here you go...

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you can make android app using welookups

You can Welookups Tutorial Web


It is Web bulding and apps of programming about Tutorial Android , HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, PHP, c++ and much more XML.

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