How To Create An Android Virtual Device In Android Sdk


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Creating an Android virtual device

I'll be using the Android emulator to test and debug my applications throughout this video series. Here I'll show you the steps I follow to create my emulator. I'll go to the ADT menu and choose Window > Android Virtual Device Manager. You can either go to the Device Definitions screen and choose one of the preexisting definitions or you can create a definition from scratch on the Android Virtual Devices tab. I will start from that tab and click New.

I'll name my new Android virtual device JellyBean. In this version of ADT, there are four specific device definitions for actual devices: the Nexus 7, the Galaxy Nexus, the Nexus S, and the Nexus One. Then there are a bunch of predefined device definitions that are generic. I'm going to start with a fairly small device, which will make everything very readable on my screen. It will be the 3.2 QVGA device definition, which uses a medium pixel density.

I'm setting my target to the only SDK that I have installed: Andro...

Creating an Android virtual device
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Creating an Android virtual device provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by David Gassner as part of the Android SDK: Local Data Storage

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