When trying to update packets Android SDK shows the window in which provides as follows:
- = Warning! = -
A folder failed to be renamed or moved. On Windows esta Typically Means That a program is using That folder (for example Windows Explorer or your anti-virus software.)
Please momentarily deactivate your anti-virus software or close any programs That May be accesing the
directory 'C: XXXXXXXX'.
When ready, press YES to try again.
Accompanied by the message in the "Android SDK Manager Log" which says:
Failed to rename directory C: XXXXXXXX to C: YYYYYYYYYY.
And as much as we press the button "Yes" to install the update does not continue.
As put in the message is a program that is being accessed.
Most likely it Eclipse, which is accessing those files. With what I close it, wait a second and click the box that asks you to retry on "Yes". It should now continue with the installation as normal.
Make it the Windows Explorer itself. Restart your computer (or use a program to unlock the usuo file that tells you the picture) and then try downloading the updated SDK