Unresolved Reference Android Studio, Fix it!

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How to Fix Unresolved Reference Android Studio – This occurs because Android Studio cannot create the R.java file properly.

Solving “Unresolved Reference” Problem In Android Studio in two ways:
1. Click the Builds menu –> Rebuild Project

If method 1 doesn’t work, try the following:
2. Click the File menu –> Invalidate caches / Restart

But if you can’t use the method above, try checking the following specific problems:

Unresolved Referense : permission

for example, an error that occurs in the code (which I copied from someone’s website), I found errors such as:

How to Fix Unresolved Reference Android Studio

While I’ve included in the manifest file:

 <uses-permission android:name=”android.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION” />
So what must be changed is, before the error “Manifest.permission” is written, add the words “android”, so that it becomes:

How to Fix Unresolved Reference Android Studio

Error will gone.

Unresolved reference: FusedLocationProviderClient

If this is the case, add the following lines to the file build.gradle:

implementation "com.google.android.gms:play-services-location:15.0.1"

Then clik  Sync Now.

Done. I hope this article is useful.

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