Android Studio has its own setup processes to master. After watching this video you'll be able to set up the Android Virtual Device system within Android Studio.
- [Instructor] All right, now, in the last lesson, … we installed and set up Android Studio … to be able to start creating Flutter apps. … And in this lesson, we're going to show you … how you can run this sample Flutter app, … the Flutter demo, as a Android app. … So first thing that we need to do … is to go into the Android Virtual Device Manager. … So you can located it under this button right here. … Alternatively, you can find the Virtual Device Manager … under the Tools menu here. … And once that opens, we get to create a new virtual device, … be it a watch, or a phone, or a tablet. … Now, I know that some of you guys … have slightly older devices, … and the Android Emulator is known to be quite a … resource hog anyways. … So my recommendation is to select thee Nexus six … as your chosen device, … because this will allow us to easily accelerate … it using hardware acceleration, … which I'll show you a little bit later on. … So once you've selected your device, … go ahead and click next, …
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