B. Quick-Start: Android Emulator

The most useful tool provided with the Android SDK is the emulator. Developers use the emulator to quickly develop Android applications for a variety of hardware. This Quick-Start is not a complete documentation of the emulator commands, but is instead designed to get you up and running with common tasks. Please see the emulator documentation provided with the Android SDK for a complete list of features and commands.

The Android emulator is integrated with Android Studio, or accessible with command-line instructions. The emulator is also available within the tools/ subdirectory of the Android SDK and you can launch it as a separate process. The best way to launch the emulator is by using the Android Virtual Device ...

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