You'll find that by starting Android Studio. In the projects Welcome screen, click more actions and select the SDK Manager to see what Android SDK's are installed as seen in the images in post #31.How to check version of Android Studio? API?
Open a terminal and type:How to check version of the JDK?
WARNING: Before making changes to any of the files mentioned. Make sure that you know how to enter the recovery console if things go wrong. A typo here can cause your system to fail to log in correctly.
If you see an error, then you will have to either install a Java JDK from some place like Oracle or download an archive from https://openjdk.org/, or use the one that comes with Android Studio. Both openjdk and android requires that you either create, or modify the hidden system shell file to include the path to the JDK as explained here.
NOTE: It say JAVA_HOME, but you should also add the location to where the javac application is to the system path. e.g.
export PATH="/Applications/Android Studio.app/Contents/jre/jdk/Contents/Home/bin:$PATH"
NOTE: It is very important that when adding things to the PATH environment variable that the path variable it's self is also added. Else ithe system WILL fail to boot to login correctly.
And is there any reason as to why you are using an older version of Cerberus X?
The current release is v2022-03-20