120+ Android Studio Keyboard Shortcuts – {Easy and Quick Shortcuts}

Android Studio Keyboard Shortcuts:

Android Studio is specially designed for android development where you can build apps for android phones, tablets, and so on. It’s completely free and open-source software. Here we come up with the various list of keyboard shortcuts for Android Studio. Let’s see one by one.

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Last Updated On Aug 3, 2020.

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General Shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
CTRL+S Used to Save All
CTRL+Alt+Y Synchronize
CTRL+Shift+F12 Used to Maximize or minimize editor
Alt+Shift+F It will Add to favorites
Alt+Shift+I Used to Inspect the current file with the current profile
CTRL+` Used for Quick switch scheme (backquote)
CTRL+Alt+S It will Open settings dialogue
CTRL+Alt+Shift+S This Shortcut will Open project structure dialog
CTRL+Tab UT will Switch between tabs and tool window

Press Shift twice Search everything (including code and menus).

Shortcut Function
CTRL+F It is Used to Find
F3 Used to Find next
Shift+F3 This Shortcut is Used to Find previous
CTRL+R Helps to Replace
CTRL+Shift+A Used to Find action
CTRL+Alt+Shift+N This Shortcut will Search by symbol name
CTRL+N Used to Find a class
CTRL+Shift+N This Shortcut is Used to Find the file (instead of class)
CTRL+Shift+F Used to Find in path
CTRL+F12 It will Open pop-up for a file structure
Alt+← → Used to Navigate between open editor tabs
F4 or CTRL+Enter It will Jump to source
Shift+F4 Used to Open current editor tab in new window
CTRL+E This will Pop-up Recently opened files
CTRL+Shift+E It will Show Recently edited files pop-up
CTRL+Shift+Backspace Used to Go to the last edit location
CTRL+F4 Used to Close active editor tab
Esc It is Used to Return to editor window from a tool window
Shift+Esc Used to Hide active or last active tool window
CTRL+G It is Used to Go to line
CTRL+H It will Open type hierarchy
CTRL+Shift+H Used to Open method hierarchy
Ctrl+Alt+H This Shortcut will Open Call hierarchy

Writing Code Shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Alt+Insert It will generate code for getters, setters, constructors, hashCode/equals, toString, new file, a new class
CTRL+O Override methods
CTRL+I Used to Implement methods
Ctrl+Alt+T It will surround with if…else / try…catch / etc.
CTRL+Y Used to Delete line at caret
CTRL+orCTRL++ Used to Collapse or expand current code block
CTRL+Shift+orCTRL+Shift++ It is Used to Collapse or expands all code blocks
CTRL+D This Shortcut is Used to Duplicate current line or selection
CTRL+Space Used for Basic code completion
CTRL+Shift+Space It will be Used for Smart code completion which means filters the list of methods and variables by expected type
CTRL+Shift+Enter It will Give Complete statement
CTRL+Q Used for Quick documentation lookup
CTRL+P This Shortcut will Show parameters for the selected method
CTRL+BorCTRL+ This Shortcut will Go to declaration directly
CTRL+Alt+B Go to implementations
CTRL+U Used to Go to super-method or super-class
CTRL+Shift+I It is Used to Open quick definition lookup
Alt+1 This Shortcut will Toggle project tool window visibility
F11 Used to Toggle bookmark
CTRL+F11 It is Used to Toggle bookmark with mnemonic
CTRL+/ It is Used to Comment or uncomments with line comment
CTRL+Shift+/ This Shortcut will Comment or uncomment with block comment
CTRL+W Used to Select successively increasing code blocks
CTRL+[ This will Move to code block start
CTRL+] It is Used to Move to code block end
CTRL+Shift+[ Select to the code block start
CTRL+Shift+] This Shortcut will Select to the code block end
CTRL+Del Used to Delete to end of a word
CTRL+Backspace It is Used to Delete to start of word
CTRL+Alt+O Optimize imports
Alt+Enter Used for Project quick fix. Show intention actions and quick fixes.
CTRL+Alt+L Used to Reformat code
TaborShift+Tab Helps to Indent or unindent lines
CTRL+Shift+J Used for Smart line join
Ctrl+Enter Used to Smart line split
Shift+Enter It will start a new line
F2orShift+F2 Helps to move to the Next or previous highlighted error

Build and Run Shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
CTRL+F9 Build
Shift+F10 Build and run
CTRL+F10 Used to Apply changes

Debugging Shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Shift+F9 Debug
F8 Step over
F7 Step into
Shift+F7 Smart step into
Shift+F8 Step out
Alt+F9 Run to cursor
Alt+F8 This Shortcut will Evaluate an expression
F9 It is Used to Resume program
CTRL+F8 Used to Toggle breakpoint
CTRL+Shift+F8 This Shortcut will View breakpoints

Refactoring Shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
F5 Copy
F6 Move
Alt+Del Safe delete
Shift+F6 Rename
CTRL+F6 Used to Change signature
CTRL+Alt+N Inline
CTRL+Alt+M Used for Extract methods
CTRL+Alt+V Used to Extract variable
CTRL+Alt+F It will Extract field
CTRL+Alt+C Used to Extract constant
CTRL+Alt+P This Shortcut will Extract parameter

Version Control or Local History Shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
CTRL+K Used to Commit project to VCS
CTRL+T Helps to Update project from VCS
Alt+Shift+C It is used to view recent changes
Alt+` It will Open VCS popup

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