JDK not found on Installing Android SDK

So last night I was installing Android SDK r8 on Windows 7 64bit and using JDK 6 64bit.

The installer gave me this…

But I have installed JDK, so somehow the installer cannot find my JDK path and adding JDK location to my PATH doesn’t solve it.

I’ve googled about it, and some people have this solutions:

  1. Use JDK 32bit
  2. Use Android SDK (.zip) installer

But I don’t want to do those 😀 I have 64bit environment, so I want to use JDK 64bit (mainly because I am too lazy to re-download those)

And then I found this discussion here that tells me to change some registry key, because the SDK installer somehow is looking for 32bit JDK path.

So I export this key


and apply some changes so it will be imported to


(basically just find-and-replace





Below is the new registry file, I save it to .reg extension and Import it to my registry. Voila! my Android SDK r8 now works!

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Development Kit]
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Development Kit\1.6]
"JavaHome"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jdk1.6.0_23"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Development Kit\1.6.0_23]

"JavaHome"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jdk1.6.0_23"


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Plug-in]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Plug-in\1.6.0_23]

"JavaHome"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6"




[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment]



[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment\1.6]

"JavaHome"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6"

"RuntimeLib"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin\\client\\jvm.dll"


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment\1.6.0_23]

"JavaHome"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6"


"RuntimeLib"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin\\client\\jvm.dll"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment\1.6.0_23\MSI]









"INSTALLDIR"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\"










[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Web Start]


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Web Start\1.0.1]

"Home"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Web Start\1.0.1_02]

"Home"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Web Start\1.0.1_03]

"Home"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Web Start\1.0.1_04]

"Home"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Web Start\1.2]

"Home"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Web Start\1.2.0_01]

"Home"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\Java Web Start\1.6.0_23]

"Home"="C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin"


Zukro notified in the comment box that you can try a faster way, I never tried this method but many notified that it works, no matter how weird it may sound 🙂

I quote Zukro’s comment directly

When there’s a pop up say JDK not found. just press ‘back’ button and then press again ‘next’ button.. look what happened!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well, there’s magic in that I presume 😛



  1. Tom · December 26, 2010

    Many Thanks ! =)

    • Radu · April 28, 2011

      Come on! this can’t be true!!! :))) Press Back and Next and it works…good job Google! 😛
      Thanks for the tip!

      • Paul Pasquel · May 23, 2011

        In spanish we said … “Maestro” … thanks …

      • autoktone · June 8, 2011

        Zukro is right, too strange….

      • ankit · June 10, 2011

        yes this works.. 🙂

      • BackNext · July 3, 2011

        Hahaha didn’t believe it so downloaded and installed just to see it…. It’s true 😉

      • IC4 · July 20, 2011


    • tyler durden · November 7, 2012

      many thx, this still works >> 2012!!!

  2. The working · December 28, 2010

    Thanks mate, worked like a charm 🙂

  3. systemonkey · December 29, 2010

    Thanks. This post helped.

  4. Brenton O'Callaghan · December 29, 2010

    Thanks very much – worked perfectly.

  5. Josie · December 29, 2010

    Thanks a lot! I was too lazy to download the zip file too 🙂

  6. User · December 29, 2010

    Thanks, this worked perfectly!

  7. jd · December 30, 2010

    Thanks so much I just copied your example into a .reg, imported and it worked perfectly. People like you make the internet a worthwhile place.

  8. Tim · December 30, 2010

    Great! Many thanks!

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  10. marcus · December 31, 2010

    Thank you so much for that 🙂

  11. Simon · December 31, 2010

    Thanks, worked perfectly!

  12. bobbymartin · January 1, 2011

    Thanks much for the post! I had the same problem, and this fixed it right away.

  13. Chris · January 1, 2011

    awesome!! xD just a few changes in the registry and the sdk-installation works proper. thank you 🙂

  14. LG · January 3, 2011

    Thank you, copying/pasting to .reg file worked!

  15. Jimmy Gee · January 3, 2011

    Good Man !!!!

  16. Caio · January 5, 2011

    Great, great, great!
    This is the way I like to solve that kind of problem!!
    And it works also without having to reboot! 🙂

  17. Paul · January 5, 2011

    Ta muchly, fixed the issue for me too. Shame it’s required /grr

  18. Alex · January 6, 2011

    Hi, I tried this but the installer still does not find my 64-bit JDK installation.
    I have saved that text as a .reg and run it, it told me the values were added to the registry. I still get the same message from the installer, even after a restart. Any ideas?

    • Eru · January 6, 2011

      Hi, Not sure about it Alex, have you check what is the value of
      this key [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JavaSoft\] and compare it to your JDK installation path? Since this registry file only applies to standard JDK installation path

      If it does not work, you should try the zip SDK instalation then.

      • Alex · January 6, 2011

        Yep, it’s correct. Oh well, I’ll just do it the other way. Thanks anyway!

  19. frogola · January 6, 2011

    Thanks man, worked like a charm.

  20. Joshua Davison · January 7, 2011

    Thanks mate – Saved me a lot of time on a Windows install. Much appreciated.

  21. carl · January 7, 2011

    Thanks man! 🙂

  22. Cleber · January 7, 2011

    Thank you so much for this! Worked like a charm. I was using the exact same JDK version as yours. Thank you!

  23. Leonardo · January 8, 2011

    Funcionou show de bola… works fine.

  24. Alcoholica · January 8, 2011

    Works Good. Really thank you!!! Thank you.

  25. Steve · January 8, 2011

    Thanks very much, solved a nasty headache for me there 🙂

  26. gollrich · January 8, 2011

    Vielen Dank, super Tipp!

  27. Patel · January 8, 2011

    Works like charm, thanks a lot.

  28. Rene · January 9, 2011

    Thank you!!! Your comprehensive registry file example worked for me whereas the example provided on StackOverflow did not work.

    My exported registry settings after installeing the JDK were a much more limited set like the ones shown on StackOverflow. I feel grateful for however you managed to get such a comprehensive set of registry settings. They made the difference.

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  30. Leoparddrengen · January 10, 2011

    Also a big Thank You from me! 🙂

  31. Robin · January 11, 2011

    Thank you – it works fine.

  32. Daniel · January 11, 2011

    helpful thanks a lot! 🙂

  33. Arjen Tuin · January 12, 2011

    Works like a charm!

  34. Ludo · January 13, 2011

    Merci beaucoup ;D

  35. entwisher · January 13, 2011

    Ta muchly, worked perfectly – 2 second fix!

  36. geocass · January 15, 2011

    Nice one! Worked for me!

  37. karl · January 18, 2011

    Hi there,

    great job, it worked for me. thanks a lot

  38. Michael · January 18, 2011

    Thanks, saved me 🙂

  39. dh · January 20, 2011

    thanks, the .reg file works great!

  40. CmontheScots · January 21, 2011

    holy crap you have no idea how many different versions of java sdk i downloaded to try and get it to work ffs

    • Eru · January 21, 2011

      LOL, I have sluggish internet connection, so I avoid any re-downloading efforts 😛

  41. Bruce Sauls · January 21, 2011

    Thank you. I’m on Vista 64. Pasted your text into notepad, searched and replaced C: to F:, changed client to server (no client folder in my jre/bin/). Imported with regedit and voila!, happy ending to miserable morning.

  42. miss_agent_girl · January 21, 2011


    I’ve been face-palming all day trying to get around this problem and I’ve been thru at least about 10 other forums with various suggestions and nothing worked.

    Found this thread…copied and imported the regfile changes…I’m Golden!


  43. Yogi B · January 22, 2011

    If only all answers on the web were so helpful!

  44. Anthony · January 22, 2011

    Perfect ! Many thanks !

  45. ph · January 23, 2011

    Just in case anyone is like me and doesn’t see the details, my first attempt didn’t work because I exported the HKEY_CURRENT_USER/javasoft key and not the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/javasoft key. Everything will seem to go well, but of course it won’t work.

  46. Robin · January 23, 2011

    Awsome, thank you so much for that 🙂

  47. Carl Armbruster · January 24, 2011

    Perfect! Thanks!

  48. Matt · January 24, 2011

    Bloody awesome. Thanks for helping make it as simple as it should be..

  49. MarkyMarc · January 25, 2011

    Works perfectlly, thanks for this tip

  50. Dat Phan · January 26, 2011

    worked perfectly! Thanks!!

  51. Sotiris · January 28, 2011

    Thanks mate,
    it works!

  52. Santosh · January 28, 2011

    Thanks your fix was successful 🙂

  53. Yuni · January 28, 2011

    When exporting the javasoft key, is there a naming convention to obey or can you name them anything(.reg)?

    After i had imported the edited .reg file i exported the javasoft key again and noticed that it did not contain the changes i had made (adding \Wow6432Node), is that normal?

    • Eru · February 8, 2011

      Well, it’s recomended to use (.reg) and then import it into the registry.
      Wow6432Node should be there by default if your Windows 7 OS is a 64bit one, and the changes should be applied after you import the file.

  54. micku7zu · January 31, 2011

    Thanks, finaly it works!!!

  55. Coder · February 11, 2011

    Worked perfectly….Thanks a bunch

  56. gabri · February 23, 2011

    i have the same problem with different environment
    i’m using WinXP SP3 32bit, JDK6u24 32bit
    but still i got the problem ( ‘-‘)
    can some one help

    • Eru · February 24, 2011

      Hi Gabri, maybe you could try Zukro’s method below, since he is using XP SP3

  57. zukro · February 23, 2011

    hey guys!!! good thing that you can found the way to install it.

    by my friend found a better way.

    when there’s a pop up say JDK not found. just press ‘back’ button and then press again ‘next’ button..

    look what happened!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • tristam · March 4, 2011

      Zukro, I want to give you two big thumbs up. I have Vista 32bit and installed the 32 JDK but it was telling me not found.

      Your method works swell. To the internet, ALL READ THIS.

    • BOS · March 5, 2011

      I had the same issue on my Windows 7 with JDK6u24 64bit installed. When I ran Android SDK installer (installer_r10-windows.exe), it complained that ‘JDK is not found’ (even though I had already updated PATH). After some googling,I found couple of suggestions on updating the registry and zukro’s suggestion. Being the easiest option, I decided to follow zukro’s option first. Clicked back when Android SDK installer complained about JDK and then click next. wow!! it detected JDK.
      I would recommend to try this simple option first. It worked for me. should work for others also. If it didn’t, you can always follow the registry approach.

    • chandan · March 6, 2011

      Thanks buddy…it worked … no need to struggle with the registry.

    • agFinder · March 27, 2011

      zukro you’re a genius!!! How could it have been so easy ????

    • Levoldufeu · June 14, 2011

      It worked :p ty

    • Spacesailor · August 26, 2011

      TANK…………IT WORK FINE!!!

    • nayay18 · September 21, 2011

      Its amazing…Thanks so much…I almost re-download it.. 😀

  58. zukro · February 23, 2011

    btw i use windows xp sp3

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  60. Gerto · February 26, 2011

    Zukro is right, did exactly the same (windows 7) and it worked: Just press back and next again.

    (I had tried 20 times already by closing the setup and trying again)

    • Eru · February 28, 2011

      Cool 😀 simpler workaround :))

      • Jarrod · March 1, 2011

        Back and next worked a treat. thanks.

  61. Rodrigo · March 2, 2011

    lol the zukro way is magic XD

  62. Jeremy Warne · March 4, 2011

    plus one for back/next! how funny 😀

  63. Works · March 7, 2011

    Back button trick is cool! Atleast somebody left the bug there 😉

  64. Tony · March 8, 2011

    that is just brilliant. Biggest software product company in the world (or thereabouts) and we have a ridiculaous fix to a problem that should never occur!

    thanks for the tip, I could have wasted hours because of poor software testing of the installer!


    • Eru · March 17, 2011

      Lol, yeap a ridiculous trick that I have to try few times just to believe that it works 😀

      Probably Google just want to show how “automagic” their installer are

  65. Shirlene Lim · March 9, 2011

    Thanks Zukro! Really fantastic!

  66. SK15 · March 13, 2011

    Yes, this procedure works back and forth just to test now1

  67. OldNoob · March 14, 2011

    Windows 7 64bit. The “Back and then Next” Did indeed work for me.
    Go figure?

    • Zeigon · March 24, 2011

      Same here. Automagic processes \m/

  68. Dipesh · March 15, 2011

    who in their right sense would have gone back and then forward again!!!

  69. Luis Santos · March 15, 2011


  70. Jay T M · March 20, 2011

    Thanks!! wonderful

  71. Luca · March 21, 2011

    Very nice! Thank you! The “click back” method worked for me!

  72. Matthew · March 24, 2011

    YES!!! Just click ‘back’ then ‘Next’. Voila!

  73. Bourgeois · March 24, 2011

    Thank you!!!!

  74. bombelats · March 26, 2011

    Very appreciated to Zukro!
    Did work from first time!
    WindowsXP and JDK1.6.0_24

  75. Charith · March 27, 2011

    Back and NEXT works great!! it was too funny to believe..

  76. Tijs · March 31, 2011

    Back and Next. Whaha Fun XD it works.

    I was thinkin like: wow that are a lot of keys in registry?! but okay this works great. just a simple bug.

    How the hell did anyone discover this thing???

  77. Mohammed · March 31, 2011

    back and next>>>>>works like a charm

  78. Michael · April 1, 2011

    I also encountered this problem on windows7 32bit OS when installing the SDK which is recommend by the websit.
    I google and baidu(China search engine) it.
    There is a easy method to solve this problem.
    After clicking the next btn, you will see the next page’s next btn disabled. You just need to click the back btn and than try to click the next but, the installing program will can detect the OS has installed the JDK.

  79. TimS · April 2, 2011

    Back and next didn’t work for me. 😦 Maybe they fixed it?

    • Eru · April 5, 2011

      A fix that didn’t resolve the main problem then 😀

      I install the fresh downloaded SDK about 2 weeks ago and the back-next trick kind of still working (Win 7 64bit)

      Does the registry trick still applies to you?

  80. Praveen · April 3, 2011

    Thanks dude

  81. Yuni · April 5, 2011

    Ok mine says it finds jdk 1.6 but it still doesn’t work (even with the back n’ next trick).
    I even tried back and next on every screen.

    What am i doing wrong? Been trying for ages guys, help me.
    (Win7 64bit)

  82. Jan · April 5, 2011

    zukro thank you. As you have said, I just pressed ‘back’ button and then pressed again ‘next’ button and it worked.

  83. kkorange · April 6, 2011

    It’s useful, thx!

  84. Mateus · April 13, 2011

    The Zukro’s comment work for me 🙂 The install process continue and finish but i don’t test yet if everything works fine.

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  86. ripp2003 · April 17, 2011

    Great thanks 😉 Works like a charm

  87. Adnankhawaja · April 26, 2011

    WOW!! the back button really did the trick!!.. awsomee… 😀

  88. kuik · April 26, 2011

    I quote Zukro’s comment directly

    When there’s a pop up say JDK not found. just press ‘back’ button and then press again ‘next’ button.. look what happened!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Well, there’s magic in that I presume

    THANK YOUUU..!!!!

  89. Steve Jobs · April 28, 2011


  90. Jeremy · May 4, 2011

    Holy smoke! the next, back and next again worked great 😀 Most excellent, thanks for this post. It has made my day.

    • Eru · May 18, 2011

      The mistery left, why google did that? 😀

  91. ivan · May 6, 2011

    hahaha hilarious by google, press back and then press next and it freaking works, lol

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  93. Glen · May 19, 2011

    Thanks that was a great tip.
    I would’ve thought that google had fixed it by now. Oh well, good job I came across this article.

    Cheers guys.

  94. Lion · May 23, 2011

    Thanks a million, the back-next magic really works!!

  95. Aruun · May 25, 2011

    The “Update” worked like a magic!! 🙂

  96. naked hobbit · May 25, 2011

    Brilliant, did you notice that the android website doesn’t have anyplace to complain or request assistance?

    So what is Googles problem, this issue has only been around for 7 months now.

    Are the rest of the SDK tools going to be this buggy too?

  97. kalpesh · May 31, 2011

    I also faced the same issue, Noting to do just presh back button and once again Next it will find the JDK and installation success.

  98. alonegun · May 31, 2011

    The “back” and “next” trick really works!

  99. Green_BiRi · June 1, 2011

    Many thanks, worked perfectly. This bug should be reported, altough. 🙂

  100. Jamie Lemon · June 3, 2011

    Wow – back and next really fast solves it!!!!! 🙂
    Why indeed did Google do that??!?!?!

  101. Yoda · June 7, 2011

    Simply, Click “Back” then “Next” …. Enjoy your install~

  102. Kyle · June 9, 2011

    Back and Next worked great!

  103. JNF :) · June 10, 2011

    Amazing post! Before I readit doing “back” and “next” didn’t work (silly, but I tried) after finding this post, Idid it again – and everything is OK 🙂

  104. bololo · June 12, 2011

    fucking good men i download 3 times the jdk java platforme but for nothing.good men just good

  105. swar · June 12, 2011

    thanks …dude

  106. chris · June 15, 2011

    Thanks for the back than forward button tip. Have been looking at this for f*cking hours. You da man!!!

  107. RamEEz · June 16, 2011

    wow thanks… i was struggling with it for hours.

  108. Andy · June 22, 2011

    OMFG! Pressing back and then going forward fixes it! HAHA

  109. emranpasha · June 23, 2011

    work 🙂

  110. Pankaj · June 28, 2011

    Bingo! Back and then Next did the trick for me 🙂

  111. Bauglir · July 1, 2011

    thank you it works like a charm

  112. dk · July 4, 2011

    no registry needed, just back then next again and …voila!!

  113. Ramón · July 4, 2011


  114. alfred · July 7, 2011

    HAHAHA Thanks. Press back and then next. It’s like some secret video game trick hack. I love it. Thank you poster

  115. Kevin Miller · July 9, 2011

    jdk6 update26, android installerr12, back button glitch worked for me 😦 google, fix it.

    • Eru · July 20, 2011

      Whoa, it’s there since r8 :))

  116. Jay Stone · July 18, 2011

    AMAZING! THANK YOU!!! The “Back, Next, Back, Next” a few times, and BOOM, Perfect! Yay! Again, thank you!

  117. amarjits.com · July 18, 2011

    wow…was battling to get it running for abt 5 hours now…..thanx man…u saved me

  118. murray · July 30, 2011

    lol thanks for the tip. The back button trick worked for me!

  119. Wai Wa Lam · July 31, 2011

    Thanks! Pressing the back and next buttons works !

  120. lamero · August 6, 2011

    Back and Next worked for me. Thanks

  121. adubashi · August 15, 2011

    haha why does back then next work???

  122. 1 Million Wallpapers · August 18, 2011

    Clicking back and next worked for me too!

  123. Hemerson F. Camargo (@hemerfc) · August 19, 2011

    WTF is this Google??!!!

  124. Dang Phuong Nam · September 20, 2011

    thanks so much, i had followed your step and success!

  125. moud · December 28, 2011

    Hit back and than Next………It works…..awesome…..thnks guys…

  126. teguh · January 23, 2012

    gr8 man …
    it;s really work …
    thanks ..

  127. Nissim · April 18, 2012


    I’m using windows 7 64 bit and installed the java 1.7.0_03 verssion of JRE and JDK and had the same problem.

    I tried the “Back, Next” issue but it didn’t work.
    I solve the problem by reinstalling the JRE and the JDK as an administrator
    by right clicking on the EXE files an choose “Run as administrator”.
    after that the Android SDK installation found it with no problems.

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  129. sky · May 28, 2012

    just had exactly the same problem in a similar environment.
    Solved by seeting JAVA_HOME variable

  130. Dhruval Choksi · June 24, 2012

    Thanks for Information
    -by Dhruval choksi

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  132. MJ · July 26, 2012

    I just set a Environment Variable named JAVA_HOME with the value: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_05\
    The problem is solved and sdk works properly.

    • ThanksJordan · August 2, 2012

      Thank you MJ that did the trick for me, back-next wasn’t working.

  133. Rashmi · August 5, 2012

    Woah….. it really worked

  134. Tojam · August 25, 2012

    I had a similar experience on Windows 8 now. I had to install the 32 bit Java, then copy the “java.exe” to the C:\windows\SysWow64 node. THEN android was able to install. Afterward I installed the 64 bit java again and everything was fin.e

  135. Brandon · August 28, 2012

    Pressing “Back” and the “Next” DID NOT work for me…at all…and the fact that it has worked for some of you infuriates me. I want to get this stupid Twitter, Diner Dash, Doodle Jump garbage off of my phone!!! It’s eating up space with every update!

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  137. FATRAY · November 1, 2012

    The easy method no longer works “with me anyway”. Windows 8, installer_r20.0.3-windows.

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  140. cats & dogs · April 11, 2013

    An outstanding share! I have just forwarded this onto a coworker who was conducting a little
    research on this. And he in fact ordered me lunch simply because
    I stumbled upon it for him… lol. So let me reword this.

    … Thank YOU for the meal!! But yeah, thanks for spending some time
    to discuss this topic here on your blog.

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  142. cnimkar · July 20, 2014

    Reblogged this on My Learnings and commented:
    For all those facing SDK installation issues. A simple hack and you are sorted.

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