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How to put my Android App in Android Market ?

Step 1: Go to and it ask the following details, Name: Email Id: Website: (its not mandatory) Phone Number: then give continue. Step 2: Read the agreement carefully and $25 has to be given as registration fees (its one time amount). Registration fee can be pay only by credit card. Step 3: Once everything done then you will be able to contribute in the android market as a developer and contributor.   Thanks for reading this post…!!

Exporting Android App from Eclipse to phones

Step 1: Right click on your project in eclipse and click Export,   Step 2: Use existing keystore and give the location of the debug.keystore,   Step 3:  Choose the Use existing key Alias as, androiddebugkey and give the password android (all lower case letters).     Step 4: Give the destination path of your application (say desktop),     Step 5: Now you can copy this or send to your smart phones and run it. Your application is running on your smart phone….!!!   Thanks for reading this post….!!!  

Adding Existing Android Project in Eclipse

Step 1: Open the eclipse, go to File -> New -> Others -> Android and choose Android project from existing code,   Step 2: Then give Next and browse the location of the existing project,   Step 3: Then click finish. Then project will be added successfully.   Step 4: Existing project has been added successfully. Now you can edit and execute based on your need.   Thanks for reading this post…!!!

Android in Eclipse

Step 1: Go to and download the android sdk by navigating like follows,         Download the sdk and install it in your system. Note: 1. Give the path as c:\program files (if os installed on c drive). 2. Install all the packages of sdk that you have downloaded. Step 2: Download the eclipse from   Step 3: Open the eclipse and go to Help -> Install New Softwares ->Add,   Give ok and you can see the window like this, Check the developer tools check box then give next and finish. Step 4: Go to windows -> preferences and choose android. If you get any errors then check that the path of the android sdk that you have installed on your system. Step 5: Then start pro

Java Path Set

Way 1: Setting using System properties Step 1: Right click on computer – > properties – > Advanced system settings – > Advanced – > Environment Variables – > User variables. Step 2: Create New and type as follows, variable: CLASSPATH value : c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0\jre\lib variable: JAVA_HOME value : C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0 variable: PATH value : C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0\bin; Way 2: Setting in the Command prompt Step 1: Just go to start and type cmd, then command prompt will be opened. Step 2: Now type as follows, set JAVA_HOME = C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0 set PATH = %PATH%;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0\bin; set CLASSPATH = c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0\jre\lib Step 3: Check by typing javac in the com