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How to create an emulator in Android Studio?

In this article, we are going to create an emulator in android studio for testing our app without android device.
Submitted by Manu Jemini, on February 17, 2018

Having an emulator is always helpful to run your app. To make an emulator is easy. Just click on tools and choose android, after that from the multiple options choose AVD Manager. A window will open and you have to click create virtual machine. Choose phone and memory. In the end choose android version and press next. Then in the end fill the multiple fields.

1) Just click on tools and choose android

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2) A window will open and you have to click create virtual machine

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3) Choose phone and memory

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4) Choose android version and press next

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5) Fill the fields and orientation of the emulator

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6) Choose what camera you want to have??

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7) Wait for a while...

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8) You will have your emulator

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After this you are all set to run your application on your Google Nexus 6 Emulator.







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