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  • A registered IBMid account. You can request a new IBMid account from https://idaas.iam.ibm.com.
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Note: If you are using the SDK Manager on a MacOS X or Linux OS, please see the Getting started with the SDK Manager for MacOS X and Linux tutorial instead.


  1. Downloading and starting the SDK Manager in Windows

    1. Download the SDK Manager folder from GitHub by selecting the Clone or download option here: https://github.com/ibm-watson-cxa/SDK_Tools
    2. Select Download ZIP and the SDK Tools will download.
      Note: You cannot download only the SDK Manager. This will download all the SDK Tools. The sdkmanager folder can be found within the SDK Tools folder.
    3. Open a Terminal Window and go to your chosen directory (this may be in your Downloads folder on your system).
    4. Start the application by using the command minstument.bat
    5. Log in with your IBMid credentials.
    6. Press Enter to accept the license.
  2. Updating the SDK

    Download the most current package with both the Acoustic Experience Analytics (Tealeaf) and Digital Analytics SDKs, input the command update -sdk cxa

    • To download the Acoustic Experience Analytics (Tealeaf) SDK alone, input the command update -sdk tealeaf
    • To download the Digital Analytics SDK alone, input the command update -sdk da
  3. Integrating the SDK

    Integrate the SDK into your mobile application by using the command ibmsetup -app -sdk <tealeaf/da>

    All setup commands require you to specify which SDK is being setup.

    • A sample command on Linux/MacOS X for an Android application is ibmsetup -sdk tealeaf -appKey XXXXXXXXXXXX -postMessageUrl https://websitename.com/XXXXXXX -killSwitchUrl https://websitename.com/XXXXXXXX -app /home/user/helloworldapp/app
      Note: A path to your application directory under the Android Studio project is needed.

    Note: The ibmsetup command is an alpha feature and might not work for some mobile applications. Review your application class and manually tweak the SDK configuration to test other features like Replay and Overstat.


    Required Parameters

    • -app
    • -sdk

    Optional Parameters

    However, without these parameters data won’t be sent and Replay won’t function, but they will not cause an error.

    • -postMessageUrl
    • -appkey
    • -killswitch
  4. Troubleshooting the SDK Manager

    These procedures help identify and may fix common issues you could experience with the SDK Manager on Windows, MacOS X, or Linux.

    The following table provides solutions to SDK Manager common issues:

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    ( after logging in successfully )
    Password: npm ERR! cb() never called!

    npm ERR! This is an error with npm itself. Please report this error at:
    npm ERR! <https://github.com/npm/npm/issues>

    npm ERR! A complete log of this run can be found in:
    npm ERR! /root/.npm/_logs/2017-12-13T02_08_57_581Z-debug.log

    Make sure you are running NPM version 5.4.1


Expected outcome

You can use the SDK Manager command line processes to complete tasks.

The help command opens a Glossary of Commands and their functions. Thehelp <command_of_interest> command explains detailed usage of each command.

listsdksShows a list of Acoustic SDKs
updateUpdates your SDK
outdatedChecks if your SDK needs to be updated
upgradeUpgrades the Mobile SDK Installer.
Note: This command does not update the respective Acoustic SDKs.
packagePackages the Acoustic SDK Release in a .zip file.
ibmsetupSetup and Integrate an Acoustic Mobile SDK into your Mobile App
Note: This is an alpha feature and might not work for some mobile applications. Review your application class and manually tweak the SDK configuration to test other Tealeaf features like replay and overstat.
helpDisplays help information for available commands.

Sdk Manager Mac


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The Android SDK is composed of modular packages that you can download separately using the Android SDK Manager. For example, when the SDK Tools are updated or a new version of the Android platform is released, you can use the SDK Manager to quickly download them to your environment. Simply follow the procedures described in Adding Platforms and Packages.

What's New:

  • A command-line version of the Apk Analyzer has been added in tools/bin/apkanalyzer. It offers the same features as the Apk Analyzer in Android Studio and can be integrated into build/CI servers and scripts for tracking size regressions, generating reports, and so on.
  • ProGuard rules files under tools/proguard are no longer used by the Android Plugin for Gradle. Added a comment to explain that.
  • When creating an AVD with avdmanager, it is no longer necessary to specify --tag if the package specified by --package only contains a single image (as is the case for all images currently distributed by Google).

There are several different packages available for the Android SDK. The table below describes most of the available packages and where they're located once you download them.

29.0.5 (October 2019) Command-line tools:



  • Slight performance improvement on Linux when using many simultaneous connections.
  • Add --fastdeploy option to adb install, for incremental updates to APKs while developing.

Available Packages:

  • SDK Tools
    • Contains tools for debugging and testing, plus other utilities that are required to develop an app. If you've just installed the SDK starter package, then you already have the latest version of this package. Make sure you keep this up to date.
  • SDK Platform-tools
    • Contains platform-dependent tools for developing and debugging your application. These tools support the latest features of the Android platform and are typically updated only when a new platform becomes available. These tools are always backward compatible with older platforms, but you must be sure that you have the latest version of these tools when you install a new SDK platform.
  • Documentation
    • An offline copy of the latest documentation for the Android platform APIs.
  • SDK Platform
    • There's one SDK Platform available for each version of Android. It includes an android.jar file with a fully compliant Android library. In order to build an Android app, you must specify an SDK platform as your build target.
  • System Images
    • Each platform version offers one or more different system images (such as for ARM and x86). The Android emulator requires a system image to operate. You should always test your app on the latest version of Android and using the emulator with the latest system image is a good way to do so.
  • Sources for Android SDK
    • A copy of the Android platform source code that's useful for stepping through the code while debugging your app.
  • Samples for SDK
    • A collection of sample apps that demonstrate a variety of the platform APIs. These are a great resource to browse Android app code. The API Demos app in particular provides a huge number of small demos you should explore.
  • Google APIs
    • An SDK add-on that provides both a platform you can use to develop an app using special Google APIs and a system image for the emulator so you can test your app using the Google APIs.
  • Android Support
    • A static library you can include in your app sources in order to use powerful APIs that aren't available in the standard platform. For example, the support library contains versions of the Fragment class that's compatible with Android 1.6 and higher (the class was originally introduced in Android 3.0) and the ViewPager APIs that allow you to easily build a side-swipeable UI.
  • Google Play Billing
    • Provides the static libraries and samples that allow you to integrate billing services in your app with Google Play.
  • Google Play Licensing
    • Provides the static libraries and samples that allow you to perform license verification for your app when distributing with Google Play.

Download links for previous version Android SDK 25.2.3:

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