In this tutorial, we will show you how to set ANDROID_HOME Environmental Variable on Mac OS X.

Setting ANDROID_HOME environmental variable on mavericks Mac OS X Lion (10.7.5)

The ANDROID_HOME environment variable can be used to tell maven where to find the Android SDK. In your homedirectory, add a file called .bash_profile

Set the ANDROID_HOME variable to your SDK directory example,

export ANDROID_HOME=/Users/panayiotisgeorgiou/apps/adt-bundle-mac-x86_64/sdk

Setting ANDROID_HOME environmental variable on mavericks Mac OS X (10.9.x)

Configure the ANDROID_HOME environment variable based on the location of the Android SDK. Additionally, consider adding ANDROID_HOME/tools and ANDROID_HOME/platform-tools to your PATH.

$  export ANDROID_HOME=/Users/panayiotisgeorgiou/Documents/Softwares/adt-bundle-mac-x86_64-20140321/sdk
$  export PATH=${PATH}:$ANDROID_HOME/tools:$ANDROID_HOME/platform-tools

Setting ANDROID_HOME environment variable to .bash_profile

Open the Terminal program present in your (this is in your Applications/Utilities folder by default). Follow the below steps.

Step-1 Open and edit .bash_profile file

$ open -e .bash_profile

Step-2 Save the below line)

export PATH=${PATH}:/Applications/adt-bundle-mac-x86_64-20140321/sdk/tools
export PATH=${PATH}:/Applications/adt-bundle-mac-x86_64-20140321/sdk/platform-tools

Step-3 Refresh the file using below command

$ source .bash_profile

Step-4 Check if the JAVA_HOME is set properly

$ echo $PATH

You will see the result similar to below.

Find your path in there if it is available and then you are good.


Alternatively, You can run android command, it will start android SDK manager