I just looked for updates in the settings of Android Studio, installed, and the problems have been solved. This requires you by each license that you have not yet accepted, and you can simply enter to accept each one. To check the problem, simply repeat the process related to the licensing issue. If you have this problem for a native React application, in addition to the steps above, make sure you have the local.properties file in your app`s Android directory, which refers to your directory `sdk`: checking: post: – cp -r licenses/. $ANDROID-HOME/licenses` From: developer.android.com/studio/intro/update.html#download-with-gradle 📝 If the ANDROID_HOME environment variable is not defined, take a look at this manual: spring.io/guides/gs/android/#android-dev-env Note: Acceptance of licensing agreements with the Android command line tool does not create this directory of licenses. You must first accept agreements that use the SDK manager to be able to use this feature. Hello everyone, so after racking up my brain, I found that the first place to check is your variable environment to check the Android home path. Follow it from there and update the necessary sDKs in your SDK manager. What was my problem was: I had an earlier version of Android Studio that I deleted, so my path was different for the new one and I also had Embarcadero as well as in another way, so I updated in one SDK manager, but Ionic 2 used the other where I hadn`t updated and accepted the licenses. If you have the same problems, just copy the new files in both paths for them to be reflected. Just my two cents. I hope it will help someone else. License Sdkpath and Android sdk After, you just have to go to the license folder in sdk and check that it has these five files: Enter an attempt to repeat and rebuild, always give jenkins `licenses is not accepted`, then you have to give full permission to your directory `sdk` and all its parental directories.

Here`s the order: Android update sdk –no-ui –all –filter build-tools-25.0.1,android-25,extra-android-m2repository Each ETA on when it`s fixed? Consider buying CircleCI, but it`s definitely a non-starter. The Cache_directories to get around the problem doesn`t seem to work if you`re using the new restriction libraries. I get the error down now. These license files must be included on the image to solve this problem. $ANDROID-HOME/bin/sdkmanager –licenses –sdk_root-$ANDROID-HOME This is much more flexible and does not require manual intervention. The number of 30 is arbitrary, should be enough to cover the number of license acceptances, but can be increased if necessary, I think I found the cause. I had updated a version of my library in my build.gradle version, but I hadn`t updated the section of my circle.yml file to retrieve the corresponding files. Therefore, that message was really saying, “You don`t have these Libs,” instead of “you didn`t approve the license.” A sweater request has been created for licenses to be accepted by default.

Update the packages via the order line, you will receive the conditions you must accept. This allows you to create the required files in the license directory. The problem is probably related to using BufferedReader in Java If you want to use IDE to accept the license, I also found it easy to open Android Studio and create a new basic project to trigger licensing agreements. Once I created a project, the following license dialog box was presented, which I had to accept: I just installed this problem in “Android 7.0 (API 24)”: SDK platform Google Apis Sources for Android SDK There is a small delay between Yesses, so the order with the license could be suspended for a while, but it does not require human intervention.