Android Studio how to create AVD?
ali.lloyd at livecode.com
Fri Mar 2 01:47:29 CET 2018
One very irritating thing about Android Studio is that you have to create a
project before you can launch a simulator. So when you open Android Studio,
and get the welcome dialog, just start a new project with any old settings.
Once you've done that you can choose Tools > Android > AVD Manager and
create a device. You'll need to choose something with armeabi architecture,
not x86, when you create the device. Once it has booted up you should see
it in the target list.
On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 12:18 AM bob--- via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> I’m trying to figure out how to get an Android virtual device going for LC
> testing/debugging. For the life of me I can’t figure out how to create an
> AVD with Android Studio. I’ve spent the better part of my day trying to
> figure this out.
> I've tried LC business 8.1.9 & LC business 9.0.0 (dp11). I’ve installed
> JRE 9.0.4, jdk 9.0.4, Android Studio 3.0. I’m on Mac OS 10.13.3. My LC
> Preference appear to be set correctly with the Android SDK being displayed
> with JDK Path also being displayed and appears to be valid. I have no
> problem testing IOS. I’ve just not been able to figure out how to get an
> Android virtual device and everything I’m reading on line doesn’t make
> sense for what I’m seeing in LC and Studio.
> The Test menu in the IDE does not show and Android deviced.
> not sure if this is related but when I attempt to save a standalone as an
> Android I get an error that says “There was an error while saving the
> standalone application could not compile service support class”.
> What am I missing? There must be something dumb I’m doing or something I
> need to install isn’t on my system. Any help is much appreciated.
> Bob H.
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