20Apr How to install/extract android ndk on Mac OS X Tags: android, android ndk, bin, mac os, osx, xamarin Comments: No by tanush 1. When you to open “android-ndk-r10c-darwin-x86_64.bin” with “Archive Utility.app” or other app. 2. Then you’ve got “android-ndk-r10c-darwin-x86_64.bin.cpgz”, OH! Crap it’s not extract but archive .bin to .cpgz extension. Warning!! extracted file take more disk space up to 3.55 GB on disk [Solution 1] recommended!! 1. open Terminal then type “chmod +x [path]/android-ndk-r10c-darwin-x86_64.bin” and press “Enter”, after that type only “[path]/android-ndk-r10c-darwin-x86_64.bin” and press “Enter” as below image. After that Terminal was extract with 7-Zip SFX, as below detail. 7-Zip SFX 9.20 Copyright (c) 1999-2010 Igor Pavlov 2010-11-18 p7zip Version 9.20 (locale=utf8,Utf16=on,HugeFiles=on,4 CPUs) Processing archive: /Users/dtkad/Downloads/android-ndk-r10c-darwin-x86_64.bin 2. just wait process until Terminal show “Everything is Ok” [Solution 2] 1. It’s too easy just rename by remove “.bin” if your non-extension file can be execute. “android-ndk-r10c-darwin-x86_64.bin” to “android-ndk-r10c-darwin-x86_64” you should see it’s as execute file, check it by right-click and choose “Get Info”, you will see detail like below image. 2. double click on “android-ndk-r10c-darwin-x86_64” execute file or open with “Archive Utility.app”, so if you not see “Archive Utility.app” in both Launchpad and Application folder, it should be here “/System/Library/CoreServices” like below image. then the Terminal was run and execute file will do extract process, leave it run until it’s show message as below. Everything is Ok logout [Process completed] 3. Let’s see your extracted folder “android-ndk-r10c”, it’s contain in “Users” by default, for example my users is “poraweeraksasin” from step 2. name on bar, see below image.