We are upgrading Android NDK, SDK and JDK used in Unity 2022.2. NDK will be upgraded to r23b. SDK will be upgraded to depend on cmdline-tools version 6.0 (instead of deprecated “tools” component) and Unity will require to have build-tools and platform-tools versions 32.0 or newer installed. JDK will be upgraded to version 11. During the latest alpha and a couple of upcoming beta releases, Hub can install incorrect tools versions when installing Android support. Currently available Hub versions install the same dependencies as for Unity 2022.1. This is fine for SDK and JDK since current Unity 2022.2 versions still expect old SDK and JDK, but latest 2022.2 alpha versions already require NDK r23b. In upcoming days, Hub version 3.2 should be released which will install NDK r23b, JDK 11 and updated SDK, however Unity will start accepting new SDK and JDK only during later beta releases. We will update this post once dependencies provided by the Hub will match tools versions expected by the latest Unity 2022.2 beta release. Meanwhile please don’t depend on Hub to install SDK, NDK and JDK. Sorry for the inconvenience.