Android Studio Gradle 0.9 error: Unable to load class ‘com.android.builder.testing.api.DeviceProvider’
I had to re-install my windows, therefore I had to re-install all my programs too, including Android Studio 🙂 So, after I had re-installed Android Studio, I kept getting a Gradle error: ” Unable to load class ‘com.android.builder.testing.api.DeviceProvider'”. After I googled it I found the solution here. It seems that we have to delete gradle’s cache.
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