How to create an Android Emulator in Android Studio?
Hello guys, welcome to another exciting tutorial from our Complete Beginners Android Course with Android Studio. In this tutorial I will teach you how to create a simple android emulator with just a click of few buttons. Android Emulator help you debug your android application without having an Android Device. You can text your application on different Android Devices by using Android Emulators. Let’s begin
- Start your android studio.
- Setup a simple Application environment.
- Click on the AVD Manager.
Press on Create a Virtual Device.
Click on hardware of your choice from the given list. You can also create a custom hardware profile. Check how to create a custom Android Emulator in Android Studio here.
Select a System Image. I have chosen Android Marshmallow. You can add more system images by downloading it from SDK Manager. Check how to download system images from Android SDK Manager here.
Here you can name the device, increase performance and change other advanced setting. To learn more about it. Check how to create a custom Android Emulator in Android Studio here.
Press the start button. Android AVD Manager will launch your newly created Android Emulator. It might take some time.
I hope you learned how to create an Android Emulator in Android Studio. Check out How to Run your first Android Application on the emulator you just created.
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