Yes, I`m not. sdkmanager –Lizenzen sdkmanager –update Hello Marc, I started running this problem trying to run my Ionian application with Android cordova from the command line. I`ve tried fixing the license several times, but I still get the error. Here`s what it looks like: You`ll find more information in the Android Studio documentation, although there is no description of the option –licenses in the current documentation. $ANDROID-HOME/bin/sdkmanager –licenses –sdk_root-$ANDROID-HOME I think it could look for the SDK 27-Lizenz platform, even if it is not installed From July 2019, the simplest method is to use: the docter-android-licenses in the control prompt. I added this step after my restore_cache and before my Gradlew addiction stage. This was correctly accepted and downloaded v26.0.2 construction tools. It is not a good solution, but it is working for now. I just looked for updates in the settings of Android Studio, installed, and the problems have been solved. A sweater request has been created for licenses to be accepted by default. [23:33:02] link completed in 1.99s License Review for the Android SDK Platform 26 package in /usr/lib/android sdk/licenses Warning: The license for Android SDK Platform 26 package is not accepted.
If you run a Build via the command line or use Android Studio 3.3 or more, Gradle can automatically download missing SDK packages on which a project depends as long as the corresponding SDK licensing agreements have already been accepted with SDK Manager. The problem arises when some of your Android modules need to be compiled with a different sdk from the main image (28 in this case). Licenses are not signed to create the current folder $ANDROID-HOME/license on your computer. This would have the same result as the process described in the msg error link (tools.android.com/tech-docs/new-build-system/license). Sdkpath Licenses, Android sdk license Note that this feature is automatically disabled for builds you run from Android Studio, because the sdk manager supports downloading missing packages for IDE. You can also manually disable this feature by specifying android.builder.sdkDownload-false in the gradle.properties file for your project. I checked, and /opt/android sdk, where Android tools are set up. Both do not contain licenses for file names.