Android Studio is the official IDE for Google’s Android Operating system. It is built on JetBrain’s IntelliJ IDEA software and made only for Android development.
The Android Studio is available for Windows, Linux, and macOS Operating systems. The latest stable version of Android studio is 4.0 with new additional features and Fixes.
This tutorial will be helpful for beginners to install Android studio 4.0 in Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 19.10, Ubuntu 18.04 and LinuxMint 19.3
What’s New in Android Studio 4.0?
- New Motion Editor
- Upgraded Layer inspector
- Layout Validation
- CPU Profiler UI Upgrades
- IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3 platform update
For complete changelog watch this video
How to Install Android Studio 4.0 in Ubuntu / LinuxMint?
2 ways we can install the android studio in Ubuntu / LinuxMint
- Via SNAP Store
- Via Ubuntu Make
Method 1: Via Snap Store
Step 1: Add the SNAP Store to the system
Step 2: Install Android Studio 4.0 using SNAP
Method 2: Via Ubuntu Make
Step 1: Add the Ubuntu Make PPA
Step 2: Update the repository
Step 3: Install the Android studio via Ubuntu make
The above command will start installing the android studio and it’s dependency packages on the system and once the installation is successful launch it from the applications menu.
Uninstall Android Studio 4.0
To uninstall android studio 4.0 use the below commands
Remove the PPA
Remove the Android studio