Setting up an AVD

To get hands-on experience of most of the concepts in this book, readers must have an emulator or a real Android device (preferably a rooted device) up and running. So, let's see how to create an emulator using the setup we have from the previous installation:

  1. Click the AVD Manager icon at the top of the Android Studio interface, shown in the following image:
    Setting up an AVD
  2. This will open the following window. There is one emulator by default, which was created during Android Studio's installation process:
    Setting up an AVD
  3. Click the Create Virtual Device button in ...

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