It didn`t work for me. The control value for android sdk-license was not 8933ba. but rather d56f5187. You must accept the license manually for now. I believe this will be the case: you have not accepted the license agreements for the following SDK components: [Google Repository]. Before you create your project, you must accept the license agreements and complete the installation of the missing components with the Android Studio SDK Manager. Alternatively, to find out how to transfer license agreements from one workstation to another, go to d.android.com/r/studio-ui/export-licenses.html Isn`t that still the mistake for you? It may have taken some time for the new Docker image to spread to our Docker caches. One way to do this is if your package.xml is corrupted in Engine/Source/ThirdParty/Android (e.g.B. with fine PC lines instead of UNIX end of line). If you repair this file, you can delete the android sdk-license file and then accept the EULA again in the project settings. For more information, see the Android Studio documentation, although no description of the –licenses option is missing from the current documentation. Tip this person: GitLab Android Build Tools SDK 25.0.1 and Android SDK Platform 25 licensing issue.
I added the gitLab CI configuration file to my repository, as described in this article about.gitlab.com/2016/11/30/setting-up-gitlab-ci-for-android-projects. But I get these warnings: “ check the license for the Android package. We`re sorry for the downtime you had today. I use Cordova Push Plugin plugin for push notifications I installed Google Repository and Google Play Services packages of Android SDK Manager, but every time I run Ionische Build Android to create Build, it gives me the following errors. You will encounter a problem like this when the packages of your Android studio are outdated, as the creation will be done in the latest stable versions. To fix it, do the following: I get the following error if I try to create my app with bitrise.io Alternatively, to find out how to transfer license agreements from one workstation to another, go to d.android.com/r/studio-ui/export-licenses.html You can have two Android SDKs on your computer. Be sure to check both ~/Library/Android/sdk and/usr/local/share/android-sdk! If you are not sure uninstall Android Studio completely from your computer and start with a clean vest. Check the Google Repository package license in /usr/local/Caskroom/android-sdk/3859397,26.0.1/licenses Disclaimer: License for Google Repository package not accepted. You can find more information and alternative solutions here: devcenter.bitrise.io/android/frequent-android-issues/#could-not-find-an-android-package-or-you-have-not-accepted-the-license-agreements, but the above solution is the current official solution (the message “Learn how to transfer license agreements from one workstation to another” in the protocol is not a bitrise/protocol error, it comes from gradle and Android tools). If you already accept the license agreements, try deleting the “android sdk-license” file in your android sdk-windows/licenses directory. and accepts the SDK license again in the -> Android project settings….