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Trying to install android plugin for netbeans...So this error come...
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You should try downloading the newest version of netbeans, it shows you using v6.5, 7.0 is out now. If that does not work i would check to see if you have the latest version of the java... and if none of that works i would switch to Eclipse, mostly because it is supported by the devs@google...
 
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David Freitag wrote:You should try downloading the newest version of netbeans, it shows you using v6.5, 7.0 is out now. If that does not work i would check to see if you have the latest version of the java... and if none of that works i would switch to Eclipse, mostly because it is supported by the devs@google...




Can't i any how update this IDE to use newer versions if that API's .. Becoz i installed new netbeans that's pretty slow..
 
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