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Creating a virtual device for testing

Creating a virtual device for testing: Android Studio First Look
Creating a virtual device for testing: Android Studio First Look

Create your first app with Android Studio, and test it out; you can launch a virtual device example that can emulate a number of Android-based mobile devices. Creating a virtual device for testing purposes is as easy as navigating a few menus within Android Studio and setting the desired device specifications. This video explains how to create a virtual device in Android Studio and how to use it to test your app.

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Skill Level Beginner
2h 22m
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Q: This course was updated on 8/20/2014. What changed?

A: We revised this course to reflect changes to the Android Studio beta, released at the 2014 Google I/O conference. This update was recorded with Android Studio .0.8.4, which contains a new project wizard and updates to the Gradle build system. For more information about the changes in this course, check out the "What's new in this update" movie.

Skills covered in this course
Developer Mobile Apps Android

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