Below are the solutions /methods to solve Dart SDK is not configured
I had the same Dart SDK issue and I used this for my solution. To remedy the issue without having to use the terminal to test my programs each time the steps I followed are as follows.
flutterSDK path. I did so by typing in
echo $PATHand finding the path with /flutter/bin.
- Assuming your path is something like
.../flutter/binjust add on
.../flutter/bin/cache/dart-sdk/binis the location of your Dart SDK. Assuming you say the same Dart SDK is not configured error accompanied by something where you can configure your Dart SDK. You click the configure option and set
.../flutter/bin/cache/dart-sdkas your SDK. That should fix your problem. If not head over to the next step.
- Open your Android Studio preferences(Command + ‘,’) and go to
Languages and Frameworks>Dart.
- Under the Dart menu, you should be able to enter your Dart SDK path.
I went through these steps using IntelliJ IDEA so they should be pretty much the same. If that didn’t work, sometimes making a dummy Dart project can get things working again. That fixed a similar issue for me.
o fix this on Android Studio 3.1.3:
- File-> Settings (ctrl+alt+s)
- Languages and Frameworks -> Dart
- Check “Enable Dart support for the project…”
- In “Dart SDK path” click in “…” and navigate to flutter SDK directory. Under that directory you’ll find “bin/cache/dart-sdk”. This is the dart sdk path you should use.
- Click “Apply”
- Close the project and open it again (sometimes you need this step, sometimes doesn’t)
Edit 2019-05-28 – I don’t know how long this option is enabled but I have noticed that in Android Studio 3.4 it’s easier to Enable Dart Support in projects that were developed in other machines.
- File -> Sync Project With Gradle Files
- After it builds, click in “Enable dart support” in the top of editor panel.
I am using Win10 Pro;
If you are using Android Studio and getting this message ‘
Error: Dart SDK is not found in specified location‘,
My fix was this.
- Go to
Ctrl+Alt+Sto bring up the settings window.
- Go down to ‘
Language & Frameworksand click on Dart
Enable Dart support for the project 'YOUR_PROJECT_NAME'
- For the Path
Dart SDK path:enter the location where you are storing the
- Drill down that directory till you see the Dart SDK directory
C:\flutter\bin\cache\dart-sdk. You can also
Check SDK updateby checking the box and clicking on
Check nowto get the latest version.
This works too.
- Install IntelliJ Flutter plugin:
- Ctrl + Shift + a (Open Actions)
- Type in search ‘Flutter’ hit enter Install and restart IntelliJ
- Configure Flutter Plugin:
- Ctrl + Alt + s (Open Settings)
- Type in search ‘Flutter’, Select option under Language & Frameworks
- Open terminal
PATH_TO_FLUTTER/bin/flutteryou ONLY NEED the
PATH_TO_FLUTTERso remove everything from
- Paste the location on the
Flutter SDK pathinput and apply
That will then ask you to restart IntelliJ and you should get both Flutter and Dart configured:
In case other answers didn’t work for you
If you are using *nixOS or Mac
- Open the terminal and type
which flutter. You’ll get something like
/Users/mac/development/flutter/bin/flutterunder that directory go to
cachefolder here you will find either dart-sdk or (and) dart-sdk.old folder. Copy their paths.
- Open preferences by pressing
cmd+,on mac. Under
Language & Frameworks choose Dartfind
Dart SDK path. Put that path you’ve copied at first step to there. Click Apply.
If this didn’t solve the issue you have to also set the Flutter SDK path
Language & Frameworks choose Flutterand find
Flutter SDK pathfield.
- Your flutter SDK path is two step above in the folder hierarchy relative to which
which fluttercommand gave to you. Set it to the field you’ve found in step 1 of this header. Again click Apply & click save or ok.