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Using physical devices for testing

Using physical devices for testing: Android Studio First Look
Using physical devices for testing: Android Studio First Look

As you develop Android Studio apps, you'll notice certain apps need to be debugged on a physical device rather than a virtual one. Connect the physical mobile device to a PC, and install all necessary USB drivers; you will then need to use a program called TightVNC Viewer to test the device on-screen. This video goes through the steps necessary to use a physical device for testing.

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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.

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Developer Mobile Apps Android

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