Enter an attempt to repeat and rebuild, always give jenkins “unreased licenses”, then you must give full permission for your repertoire `sdk` and all its superior repertoires. Here`s the command: Which doesn`t mean it works if you haven`t installed Android tools yet and you`ve already accepted the latest licenses. If you have this problem for a native React application, in addition to the steps above, make sure you have the local.properties file in your app`s Android directory, which refers to your directory `sdk`: Warning: File/Users/mtro.josevaler-strong text-io/.android/repositories.cfg could not be loaded. 6 out of 6 SDK package licenses are not accepted. License checks that have not been accepted (y/N)? Y 📝 If the ANDROID_HOME environment variable is not defined, take a look at this guide: spring.io/guides/gs/android/#android-dev-env The Android tool is obsolete and you should instead use the sdkmanager. sdkmanager also writes the license file when you accept it for the first time. The license changes depending on the SDK you use, although the problem occurs when some of your Android modules need to be compiled with a different sdk from the main image (28 in this case). Licenses are not signed… I may be late, but this helped me accept SDK licenses for OSX, you didn`t accept the licensing agreements of the following SDK components: [Google Repository]. Before you create your project, you must accept the licensing agreements and complete the installation of the missing components with android Studio SDK Manager.
Alternatively, you can learn, How you can transfer license agreements from one workstation to another, go to d.android.com/r/studio-ui/export-licenses.html Android Sdk licenses, “licenses” for the latest Android Studio (2.3), the best way to update/accept all licenses is to run: Hello everyone, so after racing my brain, I found that the first place to check is your environment variable 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. Remember: run these commans with the same user as jenkins. In our Debian, user Jenkins is just jenkins. In other words, if you do it as root, the accepted licenses will be created as root, so Jenkins doesn`t read them. | sdkmanager — licenses that accept new licenses that have not been accepted before To update selected packages, click Apply or OK, and then accept all licensing agreements.
I was initially surprised that it didn`t work out of the box, even though I had accepted licenses for components named via the Android tool, but I was told that it was the SDK manager within AS who created the folder/licenses. A sweater request has been created for licenses to be accepted by default. OK FOR EVERYONE WHO HAS THIS 2018 ISSUE. The above answers didn`t work at all for me. This work did to open android SDK – Click the DOWNLOAD button in the toolbar and select the corresponding packages.