Fusion requires some additional software to build Android APK files.
Google is constantly changing and updating Android.

Step 1:
Download Java SE Development Kit version 8.
Please select the 32 bit or the 64 bit version that matches the CPU in your computer.

The current link is:
https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html



Step 2:
Download the Android Command Line Tools from Google.

You do NOT need to download the Android Studio - It currently will not work with Clickteam Fusion. Please find the Command Line Tools Only area on the Google website.

The Current Link:
https://developer.android.com/studio/#downloads

Extract these files to a folder on your hard drive.

Recommendation c:\android-sdk-windows


Step 3:
Download the Android Fusion Tools Patch here:
http://download.clickteam.com/files/android/AndroidSDKPatch.exe


Step 4:
Save the Android Fusion Tools Patch into the folder you created in step 2.
Run this file and select the folder you created in step 2 when prompted.


Step 5:
Open the folder you created in step 2 and run the file "sdk manager.exe"


Step 6:
Select to download all of the following

Under the tools section:
All Android SDK Build tools for rev 27.X


Step 7:
Download Android 8.1.0 (API 27)

 


Step 8:
Open up Fusion 2.5
Open the Tools - Preferences menu and update the Export Module area to point to the correct locations.


Step 9:
Test it out -- Make a new blank MFA file.

Set the build type to Android.

Ensure you have the API set to 27 inside Fusion in the application/Android properties.

File - Build and see if the APK file is created or if you get an error message.

If you get an error please review all the steps above.

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