gradle – Problems found loading Plugins in Android Studio-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error:

After updating Gradle as suggested in this answer the following error appears while using Android Studio 0.2.0

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How to get over this one?

How to solve:

go to Settings-Plugins-IDE Settings and just disable and enable again needed plugins – it helped me.
I think it was some bug on Studio

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I have the same error, and I solve it as mentioned above:

  1. go as flow file-->settings-->plugins
  2. then uncheck the red options
  3. apply settings You will get error message no problem
  4. recheck the unchecked options
  5. press ok
  6. it will request to restart android studio press ok button and it will solve the error and work fine again

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1.Go to settings -> uncheck all red check one’s -> apply

2.It will restart your android studio -> OK

3.Go to settings -> Plugins -> check the unchecked one’s->apply

4.Restart and update them all.

//done

//thankyou

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I try to remove and reinstall Extras or disable and enable plugins but the problem is not solved.

I find a solution to correct that is to reset Android Studio You have to remove this directory and restart Android Studio to detect the SDK location:

~/Library/Preferences/AndroidStudio*
~/Library/Caches/AndroidStudio*
~/Library/Logs/AndroidStudio*

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As you see, image uploaded by you, Configure, go to that menu. Now click on Settings. Try to find Plugins in IDE Settings. Here look out for Gradle and check whether it is installed or not.

If not, Click on Install JetBrains Plugin... or Browse Categories and find Gradle. Now on top, besides Refresh button there is a Download and Install button. Using that button install Gradle Plugin.

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Andorid studio -> preferences > plugins, enable “support” plugin. And then if there are red plugin, disabled it and restart android studio

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Go to File->Settings-> Plugins then uncheck then check all the red highlighted plugin then restart the android studio if require

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I solved it this way..
Go to file then settings (Ctrl+alt+S) > then go to plugins > on the “show” dropdown button select disabled > unchecke the check-buttons then they’ll disappear> again select disabled then check them and press OK. On request to restart android studio, restart it and it’ll be working fine

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For Mac, this worked

  1. Menu > Preferences > Plugins

  2. Uncheck all

  3. Android studio will ask to restart, restart it

  4. Check all again

  5. Restart Again

  6. And Voila!

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Unchecking the gradle plugin and checking it again then restarting android studio and selecting the SDK location and downloading the missing dependencies worked for me

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I solved this problem with reset android studio settings.

On Windows:

Go to your User Folder – on Windows 7/8 this would be:

[SYSDRIVE]:\Users[your username] (ex. C:\Users\JohnDoe)

In this folder there should be a folder called .AndroidStudioBeta or .AndroidStudio (notice the period at the start – so on some OSes it would be hidden).

Delete this folder (or better yet, move it to a backup location – so you can return it if something goes wrong).

This should reset your Android Studio settings to default.

https://stackoverflow.com/a/19397632/793880

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