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O yeah, I think the newer versions of eclipse won't accept the sites.
try and download and use a different version of eclipse (like eclipse classic 3.5.1). I use the java EE developer version, it worked ok on that.

http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

what o.s are you running?

let me know if it still doesn't open

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O yeah, I think the newer versions of eclipse won't accept the sites.

It does work with latest Galileo version no problem at all. However instead of going Help > Software Updates go Help > Install New Software and in pop-up window click on Add button to just add new site entry or click on Available Software Sites to add multiple entries or edit existing entries

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hai how can i add android in eclipse. i already checked but it cannot add and the android option is not entered in the eclipse. please help me how to do this using step by step

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hai how can i add android in eclipse. i already checked but it cannot add and the android option is not entered in the eclipse. please help me how to do this using step by step

Please read above posts and try to follow instructions from there.
If you still have problems after trying above, post bellow with full explanation of what you tried and what error/issues you got.

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Hello,

I uninstalled the ADT by mistake. Now when I try to install it again, it installs correctly but it doesn't load up in Eclipse. What I mean is that I can see the ADT has been installed when I check the installed plug-ins section; but I cannot see the Android section under Preferences and neither can I see the Android SDK and AVD Manager button/option under Windows.

I am currently using Eclipse 3.5.2 on a Windows 7 x64 system.

Please advice.

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