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  1. Like Jeff said. Go to File-->...

    Like Jeff said.
    Go to File--> Built---Application and see if it will create an APK file. you might need to give it a name or the correct folder.
    Then you know if it works
  2. http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/down...

    http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html
    on that page

    Windows x86 189.36 MB jdk-8u121-windows-i586.exe


    and the SDK: ...
  3. it wouldn't make a difference. it's better to...

    it wouldn't make a difference. it's better to leave it all default.

    let me find the links for you
  4. That should be good. Make sure you have Java 8...

    That should be good.
    Make sure you have Java 8 installed and not 7

    Otherwise uninstall and re-install the 32 bit version. I've seen people having problems with the 64 bit version.
    I still use...
  5. I need a screenshot from the preferences in...

    I need a screenshot from the preferences in Fusion, where you set the SDK and JDK for Android.
    Probably. on an external site, or attach the image. since this one is really tiny.
  6. Do you have the proper SDK and JDK setup under...

    Do you have the proper SDK and JDK setup under the properties in Fusion ?
    Post a screen shot. it might be that you are pointing to the wrong folders.

    Also, don't use API 25.
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