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The sdkmanager is a command line tool provided by the Android Software Development Kit (SDK) tools. It is used to manage and update the various components of the Android SDK.

  1. The sdkmanager allows developers to download and update various versions of Android SDK tools, platforms, system images, and other components.
  2. It simplifies the process of managing Android SDK components by providing a command line interface.
  3. The sdkmanager is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems.
  4. It is commonly used in conjunction with build automation tools like Gradle or other command line workflows.
  5. It requires Java Development Kit (JDK) to be installed and properly configured on the system.
  6. The tool can be used to easily install and uninstall specific versions of Android SDK components.
  7. It supports various options like --list to view available packages, --install to install a specific package, and --update to update installed packages.
  8. It also provides options to accept the terms and conditions for specific packages using --accept-licenses.
  9. The sdkmanager tool can automatically download dependencies required for a package installation.
  10. It is regularly updated by Google to provide new features and support for the latest Android SDK components.

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