How to Import the Official Android Code Style
Importing the Official Android Code Style to Android Studio/IntelliJ
AndroidStyle.xmlfrom the Android platform_development repository. a. You might think you can just click the link above and Save As..., but you're wrong. Click the link, then choose the "Raw" display option.
- Save it to
~/Library/Preferences/AndroidStudioBeta/codestyles. Hidden files and folders will need to be visible to do this. To make hidden files and folders visible, follow the steps here: http://www.mikesel.info/show-hidden-files-mac-os-x-10-7-lion/
- Restart Android Studio
- Navigate to Android Studio > Preferences
- Navigate to Code Style > Java
- From the Scheme drop-down, select the name of the imported code style
- Click OK
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