Warning: File /Users/mtro.josevaler-strong text-io/.android/repositories.cfg could not be loaded. 6 out of 6 SDK package licenses are not accepted. License checks that have not been accepted (y/N)? Y I documented the information in the following full article: Accept the Android SDK license on Android Studio I get the same. This is definitely an exhibition error, because I made no changes except to change the PaddingTop style from 10 to 5. I finally found a solution on Windows to have a real silent and automatic installation: from July 2019, the simplest method is to use: the doctor –android-licenses in the command prompt. If someone is still facing the problem, please follow the link to the solution aboutreact.com/you-have-not-accepted-the-license-agreements-of-the-following-sdk-components/ Automatically accept all SDK licenses, errors when installing the following Android SDK packs, as some licenses have not been accepted. Platforms; Android-28 Android SDK Platform 28 To Android Developers in general, it is normal to accept Licenses of Android SDK on GUI, but sometimes you have to do so via the command line interface because you set up continuous integration (CI) for your project. And it can be a little tricky. Use sdkmanager instead of checking Android Google APIs 23.0.1 at the top of Android Studio accept all licenses with sdkmanager -Licence Automatically Accept all SDK licenses, which doesn`t mean it works if you haven`t installed Android tools yet and you`ve already installed both packages. For GitLab CI, to accept the SDK Building Tools Android 26.0.2, you must run this LogPlayLevel: Check the license for the Android SDK Build Tools package 26.0.2 in C: `NVPACK`android sdk-windows`licenses LogPlayLevel: Warning: License for the Android SDK Build Tools 26.0.2 package not accepted. LogPlayLevel: FAILURE: Build failed with one exception.
LogPlayLevel: What went wrong: Hello everyone, so after Racking my brain, I found that the first place to check is your variable environment to check the Android home path. Follow it from there and update the necessary sDKs in your SDK manager. What was my problem was: I had an earlier version of Android Studio that I deleted, so my path was different for the new one and I also had Embarcadero as well as in another way, so I updated in one SDK manager, but Ionic 2 used the other where I hadn`t updated and accepted the licenses. If you have the same problems, just copy the new files in both paths for them to be reflected. Just my two cents. I hope it will help someone else. If you have this problem for a native React app, in addition to the steps above, make sure you have the local.properties file in your app`s Android directory, which refers to your directory `sdk`: I tried all the commands mentioned above on the Windows 10 computer, but the solution was to use the SDKMANAGER to check and accept licenses in the installation of the missing versions After that, just go to the license folders in sdk and check that it is these five files: the utility manager will you. When I say it still doesn`t work on my gubuntu test box until I can connect the SDK to AS. The CI works well – not sure what the difference is… I solved this problem by creating a public git repository with license files accepted.
Then I use wget to retrieve these licenses on any computer I need in a [sdk-dir]/licenses directory before running ./ gradlew to create my project. You run into a problem like this when your Android Studio packages are out of date, because the creation will occur in the latest stable versions. To correct, do as follows: 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… Android Platform 28 did not accept the license SDK – Mobile, could not install the following Android SDK packs, because some licenses were not accepted. Platforms; Android-28 Android SDK Platform 28 Android Platform 28 SDK license is not accepted –