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[SOLVED] Flutter: Not showing “Open for editing in Android Studio”

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The problem is caused by missing .iml project files. These files are added automatically to the .gitignore file but they should not. To fix it:

  1. Delete .idea folder.
  2. Create a new temporary Flutter project with the same name.
  3. Copy from the project to your existing project these 2 missing files:
  • [project_name].iml
  • android/[project_name]_android.iml
  1. Open Android Studio and the problem should be gone.

To avoid it in the future, make sure .iml files are not excluded in the gitignore. There is a Github issue on this topic.