Android Studio has its own set up processes to master. After watching this video you'll be able to set up the Android Virtual Device system within Android Studio.
- [Instructor] Now in the last lesson, we installed … Android Studio, and we installed the Flutter … and Dart plug-ins, so if you missed out on that, … be sure to head back to the last lesson. … See how we now have this link on the Android Studio, … welcome screen, which allows us to start … a new Flutter project. … So once you're ready, go ahead and click on this … to build your very first Flutter app. … So we're going to choose a Flutter application, … and click Next, and you're going to give your project a name. … Let's just call it testing_app and then make sure … that the Flutter SDK path is listed here as the one … that matches what you have on your system. … So Android Studio is usually clever enough to pick up … what the path is that you said in your path variable, … two lessons ago, and if you haven't, then be sure … to take a look at that video to see how we set this up. … Alternatively, you can also specify a path by clicking … on these three dots, and you can choose the location …
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