In my testing, the update fails and you are not presented with the option 
by the validator to chose rewrite the files.

On Friday, June 3, 2016 at 4:00:50 PM UTC-5, Artem Zinnatullin wrote:
> At least in previous versions of AS and Idea I was receiving updates when 
> I had modified files and update resolver had an option to rewrite changed 
> files.
> You can try to write a script to add self-signed certs to bundled JDK, 
> then when an update occurs — chose rewrite files, finish the update and run 
> your script! Or just remove old AS, install updated and run script.
> On Friday, June 3, 2016 at 11:01:07 PM UTC+3, Dallin Wilcox wrote:
>> Android Studio 2.2 now includes a bundled JDK (as announced on the 
>> download page 
>> <>).
>> In an environment that requires adding self-signed certs to the JDK 
>> keystores for the tooling to work correctly, we would need to add our certs 
>> to the keystore. As we've seen in the past, when files within the Android 
>> Studio directory are modified, the validation that takes place during 
>> Studio's updates will fail the update if changes are detected (see Help, I 
>> Already Edited the IDE Installation Files section of the Android Studio 
>> Configuration page <>).
>> My question is twofold - 1 will adding new certs to the embedded JDK's 
>> keystore break updates? and 2, if so, what other alternatives would be 
>> available to using the embedded JDK with a self-signed cert (aside from 
>> including it in the user's .AndroidStudio folder, that's not a viable 
>> option that can easily be scripted into a package install for a box that a 
>> developer may not have logged into yet).
>> I'd love to test this one myself, but without the next update available 
>> yet, it's not really possible.

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