This is pretty easy, but not too intuitive. You will first need to download the version of the SDK that includes the version of AIR that you wish to use. Then following these instructions to get it to work : http://quetwo.com/2008/10/26/flash-player-10-and-flex/ (those instructions were written to get a specific feature working in an older version of Flash Player, but you should get the basics from it).
Essentially, you extract the SDK version into your SDKs folder in your copy of Flash Builder/Flex Builder. Then you tell Flash Builder about the new SDK that you have available.
Following those instructions and trying to configure AIR 2.0 as an SDK option gives and error - "Directory does not contain a Flex SDK"
Did you fix that error?
If yes, please tell me how did you do that.
Thanks in advance.
All the Best.
See this video:
It works for me, but not on an existing project. You should make a new AIR project and assign the new AIR sdk.
Thanks Hristina I will trying this out.
I got it working on my existing project too.
What I did is:
I copied the content of the newProjectWithAIRsdk-app.xml to the existingProjectWithChangedSdk3.6FlexSdkToAIRsdk-app.xml, because the error I got in the existing project was exactly in the existingProjectWithChangedSdk3.6FlexSdkToAIRsdk-app.xml.
All the best