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I was setting up my freshly installed Ubuntu Mate 16.04, when it was time to set up Android Studio 3.0 I came across this: enter image description here

it appears that the setup tries to download from https://dl.google.com/android/repository/android_m2repository_r47.zip repeatedly, i think it fails inside.

When i tried the URL in my browser, it works though. Anyone familiar with this issue?

[SUPPLEMENT]
• Java Version : 8u152
• Executed : sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libncurses5:i386 libstdc++6:i386 lib32z1 libbz2-1.0:i386

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  • Note: I have same issue with a Mac today. same file. Nov 3, 2017 at 18:03
  • After 5?minutes the install seemed to go through (not sure though if it just timed out... but at least starting downloading rest of files) ... now stuck on sdk-tools-darwin-###.zip and went through after few minutes... now stuck again at emulator-darwin-4266726.zip, then build_tools_r27-macosx.zip. then on google_m2repository_gms_v11_3_rc05_wear_2_0_5.zip.... and then platform-27-r01.zip and so on... Will report back if it actually still installed everything and works. Nov 3, 2017 at 18:11
  • I just encountered the same problem. It was stuck there for a few minutes. I then did an Internet search and it brought me to this page. As soon as I got to this page the installation started to proceed, but then started getting stuck on emulator-windows-4266726.zip.
    – kojow7
    Nov 21, 2017 at 22:04
  • Patience is key when you have deadlines. :* Nov 7, 2018 at 18:46

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I had the same problem, and after a few minutes it continued with other files, and doing the same repeating status with other files. I suspect because these are very large files that it's only (poorly) displaying status. Patience is critical, especially if you have a slower Internet connection, or you should completely ignore the details page and just look at the status bar.

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Just wait it out, it will eventually finish. The status display seems to be completely broken.

enter image description here

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Be patient. Its downloading.

If it helps your mind, run the following command to see the TCP traffic. It will show the traffic for https (port 443).

sudo tcpdump port 443 -i en0

00:10:29.291315 IP 74.125.136.190.https > 192.168.1.20.49919: Flags [.], seq 35550648:35552066, ack 606, win 244, options [nop,nop,TS val 1672373960 ecr 50627133], length 1418
00:10:29.291321 IP 74.125.136.190.https > 192.168.1.20.49919: Flags [.], seq 35552066:35553484, ack 606, win 244, options [nop,nop,TS val 1672373960 ecr 50627133], length 1418
00:10:29.298028 IP 74.125.136.190.https > 192.168.1.20.49919: Flags [.], seq 35553484:35554902, ack 606, win 244, options [nop,nop,TS val 1672373966 ecr 50627138], length 1418
00:10:29.298289 IP 74.125.136.190.https > 192.168.1.20.49919: Flags [.], seq 35554902:35556320, ack 606, win 244, options [nop,nop,TS val 1672373966 ecr 50627138], length 1418
00:10:29.298344 IP 192.168.1.20.49919 > 74.125.136.190.https: Flags [.], ack 35556320, win 32590, options [nop,nop,TS val 50627164 ecr 1672373945], length 0
00:10:29.312330 IP 74.125.136.190.https > 192.168.1.20.49919: Flags [.], seq 35556320:35557738, ack 606, win 244, options [nop,nop,TS val 1672373995 ecr 50627164], length 1418
00:10:29.312561 IP 74.125.136.190.https > 192.168.1.20.49919: Flags [.], seq 35557738:35559156, ack 606, win 244, options [nop,nop,TS val 1672373995 ecr 50627164], length 1418
00:10:29.319361 IP 74.125.136.190.https > 192.168.1.20.49919: Flags [.], seq 35559156:35560574, ack 606, win 244, options [nop,nop,TS val 1672373995 ecr 50627164], length 1418

It took about 10mins on my mac.

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I have installed it on Debian with this tutorial without any hiccups.

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