While working on a Flutter project, you may encounter build issues specifically related to the Android portion of your application. These issues could range from Gradle build errors to AndroidX incompatibilities. In such scenarios, cleaning and rebuilding only the Android component can resolve these problems.
Navigate to your Flutter project's root directory and open a terminal window.
Switch to the Android sub-directory within your Flutter project.
Run the Gradle clean command to remove any build artifacts from your Android project.
Navigate back to your Flutter project's root directory.
Execute the following command to refresh the Flutter packages.
flutter pub get
Finally, execute the following command to run your Flutter application.
While following these steps, please be mindful of:
- Verifying your current directory before executing any commands.
- Ensuring you have the proper permissions to run the
./gradlew cleancommand if you encounter any errors.
- Double-checking that all necessary Flutter packages are updated before running the application.
By adhering to these steps, you can effectively clean and rebuild the Android component of your Flutter project, which is especially useful for resolving Android-specific build issues.
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