I just finished the book "Tech Yourself Java in 24 Hours, 6th Edition" I have an understanding of the language (by understanding I mean, the basics and everything covered in the book) and I have been experimenting and building little things with my knowledge. I want to learn about Android and was wondering if I need to increase my knowledge in Java before moving on to Android or can I just go straight to Android?
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Learn by doing: Jump straight into Android; follow the tutorials and Google all the things you do not understand.
It will be laborious work at first, but will speed up after a few days of study.