- [Instructor] If you're working…on an application that depends in some way…on Google Play, whether it's the Google Play Store…or the Map interface or any other aspect…of the Google Play echo system,…in the past you would have had to test…that application on a physical device.…But that's not the case anymore.…You can now create a virtual device…that runs on the Android Emulator…and has Google Play Store and everything else…you need already installed.…First check your SDK manager and make sure…that you have the appropriate system image installed.…
So for example, I'm working with Android 8.1.…I'll go to the SDK platforms tab…and show my package details.…And I'll show that I have the Google Play…Intel Atom System image installed.…If you don't have it installed, add it now…before you go on to the next step.…Now I'll open a project, and really…this could be any project at all.…And I'll open up the AVD manager.…In Android Studio 3.01, this is under the Android sub-menu…but on Android Studio 3.1 and later,…it appears up here at the top.…
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