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Put this one liner in terminal to stop Android File Transfer from autostarting on OSX whenever you plug in your Android device.

PID=$(ps -fe | grep "[A]ndroid File Transfer Agent" | awk '{print $2}'); if [[ -n $PID ]]; then kill $PID; fi; mv "/Applications/Android File Transfer.app/Contents/Resources/Android File Transfer Agent.app" "/Applications/Android File Transfer.app/Contents/Resources/Android File Transfer Agent DISABLED.app"; mv "${HOME}/Library/Application Support/Google/Android File Transfer/Android File Transfer Agent.app" "${HOME}/Library/Application Support/Google/Android File Transfer/Android File Transfer Agent DISABLED.app"; osascript -e 'tell application "System Events" to delete every login item whose name is "Android File Transfer Agent"'

Credit goes to monkeyhybrid

The ADT Bundle provides everything you need to start developing apps, including a version of the Eclipse IDE with built-in ADT (Android Developer Tools) to streamline your Android app development. If you haven’t already, go download the Android ADT Bundle.

Install the SDK and Eclipse IDE

  1. Unpack the ZIP file (named adt-bundle-.zip) and save it to an appropriate location, such as a “Development” directory in your home directory. You can also rename the folder “android” if you like.
  2. Open the adt-bundle-/eclipse/ directory and launch eclipse.

Brew Install

      Even easier is installing via brew.
      brew install android-sdk

That’s it! The IDE is already loaded with the Android Developer Tools plugin and the SDK is ready to go.