How to remove Kotlin support from an Android project?
How to remove kotlin support from a new project and work with only java support without creating a new project ?
Step 1: Delete or comment-out these lines from
build.gradle (Project) file.
ext.kotlin_version = '1.1.51' // My kotlin_version might be different from yours. classpath "org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-gradle-plugin:$kotlin_version"
Step 2: Delete or comment-out these lines from
build.grale (Module) file
apply plugin: 'kotlin-android' apply plugin: 'kotlin-android-extensions' implementation"org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-stdlib-jre7:$kotlin_version"
Step 3: Then hit
Note: Whenever you navigate to kotlin classes, you will see a popup always display on their header and the code is still highlighted.
To remove this popup and do not highlight kotlin code, go to
File -> Settings to disable Kotlin plugin.
Then hit on
Apply -> OK, after that a dialog will display to notify you reset Android Studio, just hit reset. Next time you open the project, the popup is gone and kotlin code is not highlighted anymore. It just like a normal file in your project.
Remove kotlin support from flutter project · Issue #47945 · flutter , easily install and uninstall Kotlin language in android stdio Without updating android studio Duration: 8:13 Posted: Jun 2, 2017 Enabling Kotlin Support for a current only Java Android project. It’s well known that Android Studio supports Kotlin since version 2.x after downloading and enabling the Kotlin plugin. Starting in AS 3.0 the plugin is not necessary because it’s already integrated with the IDE.
You have to remove this lines from your build.gradle
apply plugin: 'kotlin-android' apply plugin: 'kotlin-android-extensions'
how to install and uninstall kotlin in Android studio, Is there any way to remove the generated code for kotlin android extensions? You can check with a new project and an empty activity class. Select your module in the Project window, and then select File > New, select any Android template, and then choose Kotlin as the Source language. For more information, see Add Kotlin to an existing app .
While creating a new Project
Select Java Language, instead of Kotlin
Make the Kotlin plugin shut up! - Support, It seems to be problem with kotlin. It says. The Android Gradle plugin supports only Kotlin Gradle plugin version 1.3.0 and higher. The following dependencies do Add Kotlin to an existing project. To add Kotlin to your project, do the following: Click File > New, and choose one of the various Android templates, such as a new blank Fragment, as shown in figure 1. If you don't see the list of templates in this menu, first open the Project window, and select your app module.
Remove kotlin support from flutter project, Android Studio supports Kotlin from version 3.0, you just have to tell it to When starting a new project in Android Studio we must check the box to the experience in developing Android and removing verbosity in the code. Basecamp's Android app is 100% Kotlin code, and they report a huge difference in programmer happiness and great improvements in work quality and speed. Keepsafe's App Lock app has also been converted to 100% Kotlin , leading to a 30% decrease in source line count and 10% decrease in method count.
- Stop using Kotlin?
- Thank You Son , Done ;)
- I followed those steps but i still see kotlin folder.
- Don't forget the classpath in the project-level Gradle.
- Thank you so much Ansemo , done ;)