I’ve been rebuilding my project from the ground up, so there’s been a lot of problems with it. At the moment, everything’s working great, except that when I try to run the app, I get the message ‘Local path doesn’t exist.’, where the local path is pointing at the path: AndroidStudioProjects\MyProject\MyProject..\build\production\MyProject.apk, and true enough, there is no .apk file at that location, or indeed anywhere else in the project filesystem.
However, I can build the app with no problems, and running gradlew packageDebug gives me the message ‘build successful‘, so .apks should be being generated. My question is, where are they going, or if they aren’t being generated, why not?
Where is the build path of each module set? I’m somewhat confused because the Project Structure->Facets->Android->Compiler settings, Project Structure->Modules->Paths->Compiler Output, build.gradle, and MyProject.iml all seem to have something to do with the build path, but I don’t quite understand how they relate
edit: I know where it should be, but it’s not there so I want to know how to change the build path
edit 2: For some reason running gradlew build does create .apks, but not building or running from inside the program
edit 3: Here’s my gradlew build output, note that it does build successfully:
Creating properties on demand (a.k.a. dynamic properties) has been deprecated and is scheduled to be removed in Gradle 2.0. Please read http://gradle.org/docs/current/dsl/org.gradle.api.plugins.ExtraPropertiesExtension.html for information on the replacement for dynamic properties. Deprecated dynamic property: "target" on "com.android.build.gradle.LibraryEx[email protected]", value: "android-16". :TwoWayLib:mergeReleaseProguardFiles UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:packageReleaseAidl UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:prepareReleaseDependencies :TwoWayLib:compileReleaseAidl UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:generateReleaseBuildConfig UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:mergeReleaseAssets UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:compileReleaseRenderscript UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:mergeReleaseResources UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:processReleaseManifest UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:processReleaseResources UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:compileRelease UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:processReleaseJavaRes UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:packageReleaseJar UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:packageReleaseLocalJar UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:packageReleaseRenderscript UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:bundleRelease UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:prepareRogueProjectTwoWayLibUnspecifiedLibrary UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:prepareDebugDependencies :Rogue:compileDebugAidl UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:generateDebugBuildConfig UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:mergeDebugAssets UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:compileDebugRenderscript UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:mergeDebugResources UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:processDebugManifest UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:processDebugResources UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:compileDebug UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:dexDebug UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:processDebugJavaRes UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:validateDebugSigning :Rogue:packageDebug :Rogue:assembleDebug :Rogue:prepareReleaseDependencies :Rogue:compileReleaseAidl UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:generateReleaseBuildConfig UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:mergeReleaseAssets UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:compileReleaseRenderscript UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:mergeReleaseResources UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:processReleaseManifest UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:processReleaseResources UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:compileRelease UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:dexRelease UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:processReleaseJavaRes UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:packageRelease :Rogue:assembleRelease :Rogue:assemble :Rogue:check UP-TO-DATE :Rogue:build :TwoWayLib:mergeDebugProguardFiles UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:packageDebugAidl UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:prepareDebugDependencies :TwoWayLib:compileDebugAidl UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:generateDebugBuildConfig UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:mergeDebugAssets UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:compileDebugRenderscript UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:mergeDebugResources UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:processDebugManifest UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:processDebugResources UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:compileDebug UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:processDebugJavaRes UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:packageDebugJar UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:packageDebugLocalJar UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:packageDebugRenderscript UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:bundleDebug UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:assembleDebug UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:assembleRelease UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:assemble UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:check UP-TO-DATE :TwoWayLib:build UP-TO-DATE BUILD SUCCESSFUL Total time: 10.848 secs
Go to AndroidStudio projects File
- Select the project name,
- Select app
- Select build
- Select Outputs
- Select Apk
You will find APK files of app here, if you have ran the app in AVD or even hardware device
After compiling my
code in Android Studio, I found it here:
You should Build your app instead of debugging process. Just follow this:
Build -> Build Bundles/APK(s) -> Build APK(s)
I was having the issue finding my debug apk. Android Studio 0.8.6 did not show the apk or even the output folder at project/project/build/. When I checked the same path project/project/build/ from windows folder explorer, I found the “output” folder there and the debug apk inside it.
For Android Studio:
If you haven’t built the APK at least once, you might not find the /Outputs/APK folder. Go to Build in Android Studio and one of the last three options is Build APK, select that. It will then create that folder and you will find your APK file there.
When Gradle builds your project, it puts all APKs in build/apk directory. You could also just do a simple recursive find command for *.apk in the top level directory of your project.
Here is a better description…
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Mine application’s apk was at this location
In my case to get my debug build – I have to turn off Instant Run option :
File → Settings → Build, Execution, Deployment → Instant Run and uncheck Enable Instant Run.
Then after run project – I found my build into Application\app\build\outputs\appDebug\apk directory
in android 3.1.0 Above use below path to find signed version of APK
and in windows
Take a look at this question.
TL;DR: clean, then build.
./gradlew clean packageDebug
When you have android studio make your signed apk file it uses
<property name="ExportedApkPath" value="$PROJECT_DIR$/PROJNAME/APPNAME.apk" />
inside workspace.xml to find out where to place it. However, if you use
./gradlew assembleRelease it places it inside PROJNAME/build/apk. I have the same problem. For some reason my android studio will not show me anything inside the apk subdirectory so the apk is for all intents and purposes missing. But if you search with finder it’s most definitely there.