macOS and Windows 10 usually find the drives you need to work with physical devices, but on older versions of Windows you might need to update the drivers manually. Learn how to find and install the drivers you need.
- [Instructor] In order to test your apps on a live,…physical device, you'll need to attach the device…to your development computer with a USB cable.…On Mac OS that's all you have to do.…The device should immediately be visible to the computer.…But on Windows, there are times when you need to install…a device driver.…On Windows 10, it's very common for the suitable driver…to be installed automatically.…But on earlier versions of Windows,…you might have to do a little bit of extra work.…To find out whether your device is automatically supported…on Windows 10, connect it to your computer…with a USB cable.…
Then from the Start menu, search for the Device Manager.…Devices that are not set up for debugging yet…frequently show up under the Portable Devices section.…Notice that I have two physical devices currently connected;…a Google Pixel phone and a Galaxy Tab tablet.…I'm going to look at their drivers.…I'll right click on each of these devices…and then go to Properties and then the Driver tab.…The Google device is using an older driver from Microsoft,…
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Explore the world of Android app development. The Android Development Essential Training series walks beginners through the process of developing, designing, managing, and distributing Android apps. In this course—the first installment in the series—David Gassner steps through how to create your very first Android app using a mixture of programming languages, including XML and Kotlin. Learn how to configure Android Studio, the Android SDK, and emulator software, and explore the different files in a typical Android app, including build scripts and the app manifest file. Finally, learn how an app is built from the bottom up, with screens, activities, and layouts. Check out later courses in the series to continue building your app development skills.
- Installing Android Studio
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- Managing configuration files, including Gradle scripts
- Defining screens with activities
- Implementing designs in XML layouts
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