For now, you have to accept the license manually. I think this will do it: in fact, you can easily go to cmd where you installed SDK and run the CD for the utility/I in exmaple: ./sdkmanager “platforms;android-26” and accept the license with y For the latest Android Studio (2.3) the best way, to update all licenses/accept is to run: maybe I`m late, but this helped me accept SDK licenses for OSX, Hello everyone, so after scraping my brain, I found that the first place to check is your variable environment to check the Android home path. Follow it from there and update the necessary sDKs in your SDK manager. What was my problem was: I had an earlier version of Android Studio that I deleted, so my path was different for the new one and I also had Embarcadero as well as in another way, so I updated in one SDK manager, but Ionic 2 used the other where I hadn`t updated and accepted the licenses. If you have the same problems, just copy the new files in both paths for them to be reflected. Just my two cents. I hope it will help someone else. If anyone is still facing the problem, then please follow the link to the solution aboutreact.com/you-have-not-accepted-the-license-agreements-of-the-following-sdk-components/ We found the same problem the construction project on Jenkins. With buildToolsVersion `25.0.2`, we have to accept licenses before creating.

In our case, we had to run: if you want to use the FDI to accept the license, I also found it easy to open Android Studio and create a new basic project to trigger the licensing agreements. After creating a project, the following license dialog box was presented, which I had to accept: (Make sure that all necessary packages are installed first by following our Android installation documents and making sure to install a complete SDK platform) If you use Jenkins, you can use the following Bash script as the first step in the construction process: I received the following error when creating Android: Problem with licenses? with SDK 26 edition #527 oblador/react, if you use ubuntu, please do this:— 1> Browse to Android Studio:- s/Library/Android/sdk/tools/bin. 2> Execute this command:- sdkmanager –licenses. Let`s free him. Native React: Please accept all necessary SDK android licenses… June 3, 2020 Goodman Loading Post a comment Unfortunately, the way the operation originally solved it doesn`t always work. If you find in the error message what your builds current version of construction tools. It could be that this is a superior version of the construction tools that is missing.

In this case, you need to launch SDK Manager manually and add the construction tools and accept the license. I just installed this problem these components in “Android 7.0 (API 24)”: sdk platform Google Apis sources for Android SDK I checked, and /opt/android sdk, where Android tools are set up. Both do not contain licenses for file names. I recently migrated my CircleCI Builds from 1.0 to 2.0 and they worked well for a few days, but today I made the mistake on the SDK license without modification to config.yml: automatic acceptance of all SDK licenses, you did not accept the licensing agreements of the following SDK components: [Android SDK Build Tools 24, Android SDK Platform 24]. Created by: java.lang.RuntimeException: You have not accepted the licensing agreements of the following SDK components: [ConstraintLayout for Android 1.0.1, Solver for ConstraintLayout 1.0.1].

Sumit ThakurFor now, you have to accept the license manually. I think this will do it: in fact, you can easily go to cmd where you installed SDK and run the CD for the utility/I in exmaple: ./sdkmanager 'platforms;android-26' and accept the license with y For the latest Android Studio...Seminar Topics