• Save Lectures for Offline Viewing on the Android App

    If you plan on being disconnected from the internet, you can save individual lectures, sections, or an entire course for offline viewing on the Android mobile app.  Due to piracy concerns, you can only access a Udemy course within the app, since the downloaded offline content is encrypted. Once the course is fully downloaded, you can go to Ready offline course on the My Courses tab to start learning. 

    Download a Single Lecture
    You can download a single lecture from your Android device in a couple of ways:

    1) From the Course Curriculum, tap on the download icon, which appears beside the lecture title.


    2) Go to the lecture, tap the ellipses at the upper-right corner and choose Save for Offline.


    After you download a lecture for offline viewing, the circle icon will turn red. If you decide to delete the saved lecture, then you can do so by tapping on the download icon. You can also find the Delete Offline content option in the lecture options.

    For more information on how to delete saved lectures from your device, please refer to this article.

    Download a Section for Offline Viewing

    You can also select all the lectures in a particular section for download by tapping the download icon in the section title.


    Download an Entire Course
    If you would like to save an entire course for offline viewing, please follow these steps:

    1) Tap on the grey download icon, which appears near the top of the right hand side of the course curriculum


    2) Next, tap on Download Course option


    Once the lectures have been downloaded successfully for offline viewing, the grey download icons will turn red. 

    Adjusting the Video Download Quality on the Android App

    To set the video quality of lectures you want to download for offline viewing on the Android app, please follow these steps:

    1. Open the Settings on the Udemy Android app
    2. Tap on Video Download Quality
    3. Set the resolution you wish to watch on downloaded lectures


    Download the Content to a SD External Card

    If you have an Android device with limited internal storage, you can opt to save the offline content to the external memory card (mircoSD card).

    1. Open Menu in the Udemy app
    2. Open Settings
    3. Toggle on the Download to SD card option
    4. Close the app
    5. Relaunch the app from the Home screen. Moving forward, the download content will be stored in your external SD card


    Mobile Data Usage

    To avoid unexpected data usage, we recommend downloading lectures to your device when it is is connected to Wifi:

    On the Android app, please go to Menu > Settings > and toggle on the Download via Wi-Fi only option.

    If you play downloaded lectures while your mobile data still is still turned on, the Udemy app will not use mobile data to load the video content. Some mobile data, however, may be used to load certain features in the background (About this course information, QA questions, etc) or initiate some server calls to update the course progress. As such, if you do not want to use any mobile data for the app, be sure to turn off the internet connection completely, or turn off mobile data usage for the Udemy app from the device’s system settings.

    If you have any other questions regarding the mobile app, please contact Udemy Support.

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  • Manually Mark a Lecture as Complete on Android Devices

    Video and audio lectures will be automatically marked as complete when the lecture finishes playing. Text and PDF based lectures are automatically marked as complete seconds after the lecture loads.

    Mark the Lecture as Completed

    You can mark a lecture as complete on your Android device by following the steps below:

    1. Click the ellipses in the upper right-hand corner of the course player
    2. Select Mark as Completed



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  • Google Play Store "Package File is Invalid" Download Error

    If you are having trouble downloading the Udemy app from the Google Play Store and see the error "Package File is Invalid," try clearing the Google Play Store cache and data. Here's how:

    1. Go to your device's Settings menu.
    2. Press Apps or Applications or Application Manager 
    3. Tap the All or All Applications tab
    4. Select Google Play Store
    5. Tap Clear Data and Clear Cache

    If you are still unable to update the Udemy app, try clearing Udemy App cache and data as well.

    1. Return to the All or All Applications tab
    2. Press Udemy
    3. Tap Clear Data and Clear Cache (Note: clearing your data will erase all downloaded content)

    Now, reopen the Google Play store and download or update the Udemy app again. 

    If you continue to have trouble, it is a problem with Android. Please contact Google support directly.

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