For android development you will need to use Java SDK installed on your computer, and of course Android Studio.
Java SDK installation guide:
– download link for the Java SE Development Kit (download, accept licence agreement and install it)
- setting windows for java usage
– right click on This PC (My Computer)
-> Win button + x (properties)
-> advanced system settings
-> Advanced tab
-> Environment variables button
-> Double-click the “Path” variable under “System Variables.”
-> Click “New” if you’re using Windows 10
-> Type c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_xx\bin (but replace the “8.0_xx” part with the version number you installed).
Click the “Move Up” button until the path you typed appears as the top of the list.
-> ***Set the variable in earlier versions of Windows. Skip this step if you’re using Windows 10. You should see the “Edit System Variable” window. Make the following changes to the “Variable value” field only (don’t delete what’s there though):
Type C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_xx\bin (but replace the “8.0_xx” with the correct version number) in FRONT of the other directories.
Add a semicolon (;) to the very end of what you just typed, just like this: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_xx\bin;
There should be no space before or after the semicolon, so the entire line should look something like this: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_2\bin;C:\Program Files\Intel\xxx
Android Studio installation guide:
on this link you will find official Android Studio step-by-step installation guide
and you are set up.