If you are unable to download the ADT plugin through setting up a remote update site in Eclipse, you can download the ADT zip file and install it from your computer (archived site) instead.
If you use this approach, in order to update the plugin, you will need to download the latest version from this page, uninstall the old version from Eclipse, then install the new version. For more details on the procedure, see Troubleshooting ADT Installation in the installation page.
The table below lists older versions of the ADT Plugin that are no longer supported. If you are developing applications that are intended to be deployable to Android-powered devices, make sure that you upgrade to the most current SDK release available and use the most current version of the ADT Plugin, as listed in the section above.
If you are not sure what version of ADT is installed in your Eclipse environment, open Eclipse and from the main menu select Help > About Eclipse > Features Details. Locate "com.android.ide.eclipse.adt" in the Feature ID column and look at its version number.
|0.7.1||Required for users of Android 0.9 SDK beta. As of this version, Eclipse 3.2 is no longer supported.
Please upgrade to Eclipse Ganymede (3.4) or Europa (3.3) if you are still using 3.2.
|0.4.0||Required if you are using the M5 SDK. See the SDK Release Notes for details on changes and enhancements in this version.
|0.3.3||Some significant enhancements (see m3-rc37 SDK Release Notes).
|0.3.1||Initial Release. Required for Android m3-rc20 SDK and Android m3-rc22 SDK.