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Can’t install build tools on Google Cloud Shell
I am trying to install Android build tools via Android Studio on Google Cloud Shell (GCP Emulator).
I did add my GCP account as android SDK manager:
Cloud SDK -> preferences -> other tools -> SDK manager
I already entered my GCP account name and API Key there, without success. Android Studio is not installed yet.
Cloud Shell’s SDK manger is essentially a shell.
You can add your GCP account as the Android SDK manager by providing the API Key and the username on the GCP console.
Go to -> cloud shell -> Preferences -> Other tools -> android SDK manager
Once you get the shell window open up just type ‘com’ in the search box to get the android command line where you can get the build-tools
update parameters of a model in a modelform
I have a form where the user is supposed to select an object from a list
How do I recover from this??
The drive is corrupted and need to be rebuilt.
There are 2 options here, one rebuild disk (using diskpart) and a reinstall of windows
Then I will suggest:
Rebuild Windows with an ISO file, removing all hardware before than
Rebuild Windows with the full version, as you will lose all your data
Rebuild Windows with an ISO file
Rebuild Windows from a Windows ISO file
Rebuild Windows with the full version
You can reinstall the previous version of windows and repair it, that’s what I did in your case.
Start from the DVD drive or USB, then choose to repair the PC.
On the page where you can choose a Windows version, choose repair
Then follow the simple instructions, just connect the device (Windows), install the bootable drive and reboot.
Then, if you were using another drive, you would have had to connect it with a SATA port, else you would have lost all your data.
I would suggest you to use the option rebuild Windows with an ISO file, that gives you more security for your data, as you would have the possibility to :
return the hard drive to a normal state
try several Windows versions