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sdk – Android Studio freezes on startup

Posted by: admin June 15, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

I searched all day but haven’t find a solution yet.

Today I installed Android Studio without any problems.
I added the correct path.

JAVA_HOME to C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_20

and

JDK_HOME  to C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_20

But, when I start the program it freezes on the loading screen. (The gray picture with the green android logo and text Android Studio)
It does create a process that I can’t close, but after waiting for 20 minutes it’s still on that screen.

I tried a clean install, also I tried the 32bit version without any success because it complained about the jvm that I could not fix for some reason.
I also did an update for it, but without success.

I have no idea what else I can try to fix this, but I also don’t see myself going back to eclipse.

How to&Answers:

What worked for me was to disconnect my android phone which was connected to the computer(in the debugging mode).

Answer:

I went from 1.5 to 2.0 and after updating it wouldn’t load (hung at the startup screen). I had to delete the .android folder, the android.15 folder and the .AndroidStudioPreview2.0 folder under user. I also had to rename the SDK folder and after it started up I rename it back to what it was. Which means I had to add the path back to android studio. This was the only way I got it to work.

Answer:

The same issue. “Run as administrator” helped me.

Answer:

Another possible solution comes from JLund (from the comments):

I did this from the command line:

adb kill-server
adb start-server

and that unfroze Android Studio at startup for me.

Answer:

Make sure there is no ANDROID_SDK_HOME, ANDROID_HOME or the like defined as you environment variable. You might need to uninstall any Android SDK previously installed manually after removing those environment variable.

Answer:

My Android Studio auto loads the last worked-on project.
I cancelled the loading project before the IDE hung.
The Android Studio launcher comes up. Select the “Open an existing…” option.

Windows 10

Java 1.8.0_131

Android Studio 3.2.1

Answer:

I had to revamp all manually installed ‘HOME’ environments and start it again-