Packages for all projects are available from the GitHub archive http://github.com/guidrymwg/. To install a project in Android Studio from the list of projects on that page use one of two procedures:
This procedure assumes that you have already enabled GitHub version control in Android Studio, according to the instructions in Version Control. Note: to download public archives (such as the projects described here) from GitHub you do not have to have a GitHub account, but one is required if you want to version control your own projects.
The project may now be edited in Android Studio in the usual way.
Alternatively, instead of copying to the clipboard in step 3 above,
This should open the project in Android Studio.
Note that when installing sample packages in Android Studio you may sometimes get error messages indicating that the required SDK version or build tool version for the project are not compatible with those that you currently have installed. Usually these error messages will have links that you can click that will either fix the problem automatically or give instructions on how to fix it. If this does not provide a solution, Google the error message (paste the string into a Google search field), which will usually provide links to further information on how to fix the problem.
You may also get error messages about missing files. Usually these are innocuous because in storing a project in a repository some files that are regenerated in each build of the project are deliberately omitted and it is not important if they are missing. If the project runs when executed, these missing files may be ignored. (But if the project will not compile and run, then the missing files may correspond to real errors.)
Last modified: July 9, 2016