How to Install flutter in android studio in Windows

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How to Install flutter in android studio in Windows

How to Install flutter in android studio in Windows

Welcome to Flutter Bloc – Our today topic is how to install flutter in android studio in Microsoft Windows. You can follow some easy setup to install flutter on your system but before installation, you must meet these min requirements

  1. Windows Operating Systems: Windows 7 SP1 or later (64-bit)
  2. Hard disk Space: 1 GB (does not include disk space for IDE/tools).
  3. Tools: Flutter must need these tools available in your environment.
    1. Windows PowerShell 5.0 or latest (this is Bilton with Windows 10)
    2. Git for Windows 2.x, with the Use Git from the Windows CMD option.

Let’s Get Started

Click here to download the latest Flutter SDK Framework. After download completed extract flutter download zip file in any drive for example (C:\flutter) do not install in Program Files (C:\Program Files\) Directory. The next setup is to Update your path in environment variables go to Windows Settings and write Edit Environment (Please see in below image) and click on Edit environment variables for your account.


Then another popup window will be open to seeing below the image and double click on Path. Click on New on the top right corner and paste this link “C:\flutter\bin”. if already this link in a variable then you can leave as it.


How to Install Android Studio in Windows 10

Now you can ready to run a console command now open windows command prompt and run “flutter doctor” this command.
The next setup clicks here to download Android Studio and  Install on your window. You must need to Set up the Android emulator also.
The next setup open Android Studio and the open plugin in configuration please see below image.

flutter plugin

When you click on Plugin open a market place panel now type flutter in the search bar and click on Install flutter. after completing the install flutter plugin you need to restart the android studio. After restart Android Studio you can start a new Flutter Project and start developing and next-generation mobile apps. 😀  leave a comment if you have any queries. Thank you 🙂

Goodby! Have a nice day!

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