How to Install Android Studio in Windows 7
To develop an Android app, you will need an IDE that supports Android development. There are a few that do, including Android Studio. we are using Android Studio.
Once you have downloaded Android Studio, you can run through the installation process to quickly set up the IDE. Follow the on-screen tips to help you get this done properly. Before you begin creating apps, you may need to install a Java Development Kit (JDK) on your computer.
You may also need to download an SDK (Software Development Kit) for an Android device if you wish to use an emulator to test the app. SDKs can be downloaded from within Android Studio, using the download button in the top right of the screen with the Android head in front of it.
Steps to install Android Studio:
You can also use your own Android device to test apps. So long as it runs Android. To do this, however, you will need to follow these steps:
Step1: Go to Settings and then About Phone or Tablet on your device (if you have Android 4.2 or higher)
Step2: Tap on the Build Number seven times, this activates Developer Options on your device
Step3: Go back to the Settings screen and scroll down, you will now see Developer Options.
Step4: Inside this, scroll down to USB debugging and turn it on, you will see confirmation of the message, and tap OK.
Step5: Note: you may also be required to turn on ‘Unknown sources’ under Security to install your app on your device.