How to Push an Android Studio Project to GitHub

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to share an Android Studio project on Github so that you can collaborate with other teammates on the same project and have some version control.

In this video I’m using Android Studio version 1.0.2

The first thing I’m going to do is click VCS (version control system) and then select import into version control.

Then I will choose “share project on Github” and here it comes up with the login for Github.

Type username or email address and…


  1. Could you explain why we need to push all the files ? thanks

  2. What do I do if I want to update this repository? I try to share my project in the same way but it doesnt allow me to use the same respository 🙁

  3. Thx i have wasted my whole day for this thing but after watching your video i have done it in 2 min

  4. Hey I am getting some issues and need my Android studio project to be done in 3 days to submit to my school.
    I know it's kinda tough but it would be great if you help me up.

  5. Thanks bro finally i found your video and now i can easly push my projects to GitHub

  6. when i want to push my project to gitHub according to your video it shows error "Cannot run program "git.exe": CreateProcess error=2, The system cannot find the file specified" . How to solve this problem ?

  7. Can't start Git: /usr/bin/git
    Probably the path to Git executable is not valid.

  8. Holy Crap! I've been searching for a simple tutorial to upload my projects to no avail.. until now. Thanks!

  9. Hello i am getting this error on windows please help me
    The requested URL returned error: 403

  10. Thank you for the straight to the point video. It was really helpful and worked just as you described. I am now a follower and recommend this channel to everyone.

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