Anaconda 3: Opencv installation and solution during installation.

Anaconda 3: Opencv installation and solution during installation.

The uses of OpenCv

  • To Load and read image on Notebook
  • extract feature from an image
  • extract features from images under a given root path
  • How to make a prediction under reference images

The steps to import cv2 library on jupyter Notebook

  1. Open Jupyter Notebook
  2. import cv2 (if this show error)

Then try to open CMD and check your python version.


python -v

for conda version command as :

conda -V

install opencv2 command it:

conda install -c conda-forge opencv

hit enter and wait for some times…

If there is no problem during installation no error will show and need to restart to import cv2 and work…

but if show any environmental problem then following the tutorial update conda command in cmd like:

conda update conda

This installation takes several times so need to wait till download and install .

Next, again command as :

conda install -c-forge opencv

Hit Enter key !

This also take several times!

Finally, install opencv2 again go to jupyter notebook and import again cv2.

bravo !! Works finely.

How to download and install android studio (latest)

How to download and install android studio.

Firstly you have to know either your pc already installed jdk software or not. If not then click the link and below the “Windows x64 Installer(if operating system is 64 bit)” or  “Windows x32 Installer(if operating system is 32 bit)”

System Requirements

  • Microsoft Windows 7/8/10 (32-bit or 64-bit)
  • 4 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB RAM recommended (plus 1 GB for the Android Emulator)
  • 2 GB of available disk space minimum, 4 GB recommended (500 MB for IDE plus 1.5 GB for Android SDK and emulator system image)
  • 1280 x 800 minimum screen resolution.

Then download and install Java SE Development Kit 16(jdk).

Now it is time for Install and Set up Android Studio in Windows

Link for Android studio download:

Follow every steps with the video tutorials.

For Android app development Android Studio is the official IDE. It is based on JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA software also provides many excellent features that enlarge productivity when building Android apps, such as:

  1. Anyone can develop for all Android devices such kind of environment.
  2. Modify to push code and resource into the running app without restarting the app.
  3. A flexible Gradle-based build system with fast and feature-rich emulator.
  4. GitHub and Code template to develop common app features and import sample code.
  5. Extensive testing tools and frameworks along support C++ and NDK.
  6. Built-in support for Google Cloud Platform, making it easy to integrate Google Cloud Messaging and App Engine, and many more.

Installation Guideline:

Step 1: Head over to this link to get the Android Studio executable or zip file.

Step 2: Click on the Download Android Studio Button. Click on the “I have read and agree with the above terms and conditions” checkbox followed by the download button.

Click on the Save file button in the appeared prompt box and the file will start downloading.

Step 3: After the downloading has finished, open the file from downloads and run it. It will prompt of the dialog box.

Click on next. In the next prompt, it’ll ask for a path for installation. Choose a path and hit next.

Step 4: It will start the installation, and once it is completed.

Click on next.

Step 5: Once “Finish” is clicked, it will ask whether the previous settings need to be imported [ That means, if the android studio had been installed earlier], or not. It is better to choose the ‘Don’t import Settings option’. Click the OK button.

Step 6: This will start the Android Studio. Meanwhile, it will be finding the available SDK components.

Step 7: After it has found the SDK components, it will redirect to the Welcome dialog box.

Click on Next.

Choose Standard and click on Next. Now choose the theme, whether the Light theme or the Dark one this is your choice. The light one is called the IntelliJ theme whereas the dark theme is called Darcula. Choose as required.

Click on the Next button.

Step 8: Now it is time to download the SDK components.

Click on Finish. Components begin to download let it complete.

The Android Studio has been successfully configured. Now it’s time to launch and build apps. Click on the Finish button to launch it.

Step 9: Click on Start a new Android Studio project to build a new app.