Now, we create a new, basic project. Often, you may prefer to do this within your IDE; anyway, creating a project with Maven and its artifacts and then importing the new project into the IDE are more elegant practice: this will ensure the project matches Android standards and is not IDE-dependent. Moreover, by default, creating an Android project in an IDE and then adding Maven support to this require some tricks and hacks.
The first step needs a bit of work: determining the
platform.version properties of your Android install. Go to one among the installed platforms folder. If you have downloaded only the latest SDK version, then it should be in the
ANDROID_HOME/platforms/android-21 folder. Open the file