How to install Android Studio on Linux

How to install Android Studio on Linux

This tutorial is all about installing android studio on linux (ubuntu,fedora,opensuse…..). If you are android app developer and using windows os and feeling your system is slow despite using a decent processor with 16GB RAM, then try atleast once Linux for android app developement , I assure you love Linux stability and speed.

Android Studio Installation Process

  1. Download Android Studio , use All Android Studio Packages.
  2. Extract the archive file into an appropriate location for your applications, eg: /opt . …
  3. To launch Android Studio, navigate to the /opt/android-studio/bin directory in a terminal and execute ./ .


Android Studio Installation in Details

Download latest version Android studio from

In my case downloaded file :

Unzip android studio in /opt folder

Method 1
sudo unzip -d /opt
sudo unzip -d /opt
sudo -xpf /opt

Method 2
Download file and right click on file and extract. Now Run the command below
to copy extracted folder to /opt
sudo cp -pr android-studio-ide-141.2178183-linux /opt

Create a desktop file

nano ~/.local/share/applications/androidstudio.desktop

and add code below and save

[Desktop Entry]
Name=Android Studio
Exec="/opt/android-studio/bin/" %f

Now You can launch Android Studio using menu under sub menu Development, if this process fail you launch android studio using terminal using command given below
sudo /opt/android-studio/bin/

for 64 bit install  lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0 lib32stdc++6 from your package manager ,for ubuntu,debian use command below to install

sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0 lib32stdc++6
sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32stdc++6

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