Or is your environment so jacked that even this won't work? After I deleted proxy settings from gragle. If dex in process is enabled and not disabled by the heap size check then javaMaxHeapSize has zero effect on the actual dexing itself. This means that the startup cost for any build is a lot lower and Gradle will start a lot faster. I am using Android studio 2. Solution-1: Following the steps will make it 10 times faster and reduce build time 90% First create a file named gradle.
The problem is, it takes forever when it start compiling. But, the question is: independent of Android Studio, are you able to use. Not the answer you're looking for? The setting is particularly useful for tweaking memory settings. Is it possible that where these dependencies are trying to go in your file system is somehow write-protected or otherwise preventing the retrieval of the necessary files? Because downloading Gradle takes a lot of time when your network situation is not so good, you have to download it by yourself. For a list of the Google apis that you can selectively compile against, see: You deserve 100+ upvotes.
I've create a new project in Android Studio; the Fun Facts example. Profiling If your builds are extremely slow and you want to figure out the cause for this, you can try profiling your build process. I decided to do a hack which surprised me by taking it down to seconds best yet on the same project that gave me 22 - 27 minutes was 12 seconds! The file ended up being 88M. I have tried but no effect. This report shows an overview of where time is spent when running a certain task.
Today we will try to make the build a little faster. They should have provided percentage of download, but they have not. You can read up on this bug or was it a feature? As Hamid said, it´s a must do working Offline, it greatly reduces times, or at least it did not that long ago. I dont have any Anti virus running which could interrupt the builds. The Gradle daemon is a background process that is started the first time you run the build. Solution-3 If you are using Google Play services, make sure you aren't using this in your Gradle build script: compile 'com. This issue has since been solved, and the latest versions of Android Studio should not have this behavior anymore.
I found that my gradle files had the gradle version set 2. Your build will still run happily, albeit quite a bit slower than it should, because dex in process did not run. The above answers didn't work for me well. This also saves me a lot of time. If you are comfortable with downloading other version of gradle then you can wait till it completes else Workaround will be: 1. Hurray, it worked like a charm. They'll just be annoyed that it's so slow.
The core concept is, Android Studio only pushes the small changes made into an already running app. Had to do sudo apt-get install lib32z1. Finally, you can tweak the parameters of the Java Virtual Machine. Note : My answer seems quite long but its only 2 steps away if you want a correct way to configure with current project. When you enable parallel builds, some of the modules can be built at the same time, making use of all the cores in your machine. Then I tried to open the project with Android Studio 2. You might, for example, have an Android app, a Java library, an Android project library, and an Android Wear module in the same project.
Will work for you for sure. For a list of the Google apis that you can selectively compile against, see: Answered November 29, 2015. You can find a nice explanation on these settings in. This will speed up the build itself. But you might as well play it safe and just use jcenter , as there are no disadvantages at all. Now build time is normal.
Any ideas what could be causing the delays? After looking at build progress, I found this as culprit, so deleting the commented line below, my issue was fixed. But we can shrink our project in dev mode. This was also taking along time for me slow connection. They've listed it out at the docs. That's what finally worked for me. I got a lot of inspiration and ideas while I was writing, and there are a few things that I had to leave out of the book, but would still like to get out there. You could go to the Gradle download site, download a local distribution of Gradle and point the Gradle location to that local directory.
The latest versions have seen some improvement in speed and upgrading can shave a few seconds off your build times. I dont have any Anti virus running which could interrupt the builds. Gradle provides a lot of flexibility, but this power comes at the cost of a slower build process. Would you like to answer one of these instead? Did you open the firewall hole before or after you started the stuck operation? So stay tuned for more Gradle goodness! Setting these settings on a project level would change the build server behavior as well. In the beta version of Android studio 2.