You have to download the SDK and unzip it. Get it here
==>https://developer.android.com/studio/index.html#command-tools Scroll down to "Get just the command line tools" and download the zip file
for your platform. Unzip it.
Go to the folder and run "SDK Manager" and make sure you have download the
1) Build Tools 2) Platform Tools 3) API 27.
You also need to install JRE and JDK from the Oracle site. JDK 1.8.0 has
been working well for me.
Point LC Mobile Prefs to the folder you unzipped it to.
You should then be able to build an Android app.
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Subject: Mac path to Android SDK?
To configure Mobile prefs on Mac, where might the Android SDK be?
LC states "The root directory may look something like: ...android-sdk-mac",
so I'll try searching for that in the meantime.