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I am using Genymotion version 2.3.1 in my Ubuntu machine. I am able to copy files from the host machine to Genymotion by a simple drag and. The open Gapps file transfer is in progress. Genymotion player archive flashing. The installation starts automatically and Genymotion Emulator. Introduction. I've been looking for a way to access some files that I've written to my Genymotion device as I need these to be part of the.

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Older versions of Genymotion

It's not uncommon for the latest version of an app to cause problems when installed on older smartphones. Sometimes newer versions of apps may not work with your device due to system incompatibilities. Until the app developer has fixed the problem, try using an older version of the app. If you need a rollback of Genymotion, check out the app's version history on Uptodown. It includes all the file versions available to download off Uptodown for that app. Download rollbacks of Genymotion for Windows. Any version of Genymotion distributed on Uptodown is completely virus-free and free to download at no cost.

3.2.1 Jul 8th, 2021

3.1.0 Apr 15th, 2020

3.0.4 Mar 11th, 2020

3.0.3 Oct 30th, 2019

2.12.1 May 9th, 2018

2.12.0 Mar 7th, 2018

2.8.0 Sep 9th, 2016

2.6.0 Mar 15th, 2016

1.1.0 Jul 18th, 2013

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AndroVM is a virtual machine that runs the Android Operating System in Windows / Mac. It is similar to BlueStacks Android emulator, but it can run custom Android versions even up to Jelly Bean 4.1.1. In this article, we shall see how to access local computer files inside AndroVM.

Access local files from AndroVM

GenyMotion is the upgraded version of AndroVM which comes with an all new user interface that includes Android soft keys (capacitive buttons) for Menu, Home and Back Buttons. It also features IDE integration plugins for NetBeans and Eclipse to aid Android developers. GenyMotion supports Android versions upto JellyBean 4.2 and above; and can emulate multiple devices. GenyMotion project is now under active development and is available for download after registering a free account.

Continue reading below

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AndroVM / GenyMotion File Transfer

First of all, your virtual Android must be configured. To know more about how to set up AndroVM / GenyMotion on your PC, refer the following articles.

Install & Set up AndroVM on PC

Next, you may want to access files like photos or APKs from your computer inside AndroVM / GenyMotion. For this, you will have to grant access to your local PC folders inside it. This article will walk you through the process.

How to access local files from AndroVM (GenyMotion)

  1. Create a new folder in your local system.
  2. Copy the files you want to access in AndroVM (GenyMotion) into this new folder.
  3. Open VirtualBox and select the imported AndroVM (GenyMotion) image on the left pane.
  4. Click on Settings. The Settings panel will pop up.
  5. Select Shared Folders tab on the left side.
  6. Select Machine Folders and click on Add Share (Blue folder icon) to add a new Shared Folder within VirtualBox.
  7. Choose the Folder path as Others and browse to the newly created folder.
  8. Select the check boxes as per your requirement and click on OK. Read Only: To prevent modification of its contents inside AndroVM. Auto Mount: To mount the folder automatically on startup (AndroVM). Make Permanent: Grant permanent access to this folder inside AndroVM.
  9. Restart AndroVM (GenyMotion).
  10. Open Astro File Manager (pre-installed in AndroVM) in Android. Browse to /mnt/shared to open the shared folder.

This folder has all the files that actually reside locally on your computer.

Note: GenyMotion uses VirtualBox in the background. So any change in the Android image loaded in VirtualBox will reflect on GenyMotion too.

Additional Note: If you want to install apps directly from APK files, you need to first allow third party app installations. For this, open the app drawer from AndroVM (GenyMotion) and go to Settings >> Developer Options and check on Unknown Sources. Confirm the notification and you are all set to install third party apps.

Now if you need to install apps from APK files, simply put the APK into the shared folder and open it inside AndroVM. Select Install from the prompt and confirm the permissions. The app will be installed in AndroVM.

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Introduction

I've been looking for a way to access some files that I've written to my Genymotion device as I need these to be part of the app I'm developing. I guess my sleepless nights have paid off. With this trick, as a developer, you will just be able to do that.

Background

I will assume that you have Genymotion installed, including Oracle Virtual box and have an emulator already working for you.

Using the Code

There is no code necessary per se in this trick, but just following some specific steps. I don't own all the credit to this as I have found the solutions on the internet, but then just put them together to make this work. One other thing, this is a very brief topic, but needs careful follow up.

Get Ready, Set, Go!

  1. Follow this stackoverflow topic here, execute the one with more than 600 votes or something. This is just to ensure you have Google Play Store Running in your device.
  2. On your genymotion emulator, on Google Play Store, install Wifi USB Disk - Smart Disk Pro.
  3. Download Smart Disk Pro from here and install on your PC.
  4. Close Genymotion. Start VirtualBox (don't start any emulator), goto Settings->Network, Select the Adapter 2 (Adapter 1 is used primary by Genymotion and cannot change), using Bridged Adapter and select the working network card in Intranet / wireless usually adapter. I selected wireless in my case. Apply and close.
  5. Start Smartdisk on your computer. Type in Genymotion on ip/name and specify a password. Click Mount.
  6. Start Genymotion and emulator of choice and Open Smartdisk. Choose which disk you want and mount it.
  7. If all goes well, you should have your Windows Explorer showing your device.

SmartDisk Running on PC

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Installing SmartDisk on Genymotion Emulator

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Running Smart Disk on Genymotion Emulator

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Genymotion Disk on your Explorer

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That's all, folks.

Points of Interest

I must say the ICT world is moving in bounds. I'm just so excited to have figured this out finally.

History

It's a first topic discussion, so I will keep you posted of changes. Ta!

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Genymotion 2.0 Emulators with Google Play support

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NOTE: The recommended approach is to use the emulator provided with Android Studio via the AVD Manager. Genymotion can only be downloaded for a 30-day trial.

Installing Genymotion (Deprecated)

Genymotion is an incredibly fast, memory-efficient VM that runs the Android OS in a more accurate manner than even the official emulator. Many Android developers do all their device testing using this emulator especially when Google Play services is concerned.

To setup your genymotion emulator sign up and follow the installation guide.

Note: If you already have installed Genymotion on your system then you can skip this steps and go straight to setup Google Play Services

Installation

  1. Sign up for an account on the Genymotion Website
  2. Install the latest VirtualBox, a powerful free virtualization software for Genymotion to run.
    • If you already have VirtualBox installed, be sure to open and upgrade to the latest version.
  3. Download Genymotion Emulator for your platform.
  4. Install the Genymotion Emulator
    • Windows: Run the MSI installer
    • Mac: Open the dmg and drag both apps to Applications directory
  5. Go to the Genymotion ADB settings and set the path to your SDK directory (i.e. for Mac OSX, the directory is . For Windows, all SDK files should be by default in ) image
  6. (PC's only) You need to reboot and enable Intel Virtualization Technology or Intel VT-x on the BIOS. Typically you need to reboot and hit , , or to enter this mode. See these instructions for more information.

Configuration

  1. Run the Genymotion application
  2. Sign in and add your first virtual device (i.e. Nexus 4 - 4.4.4 - API 19, Nexus 4 - 5.0.0. - API 21).
    • You must use an image running 4.3, 4.4.4, or 5.0.0. Other versions may not work.
    • Do not start your emulator yet!
  3. From within Android Studio, click the genymobile icon Genymobile and click "Start" on your virtual device.
    • You can start the emulator through the Android Studio plugin, or can launch the Genymotion application separately.
  4. Wait for device to boot up into a useable state

Note: if starting Genymotion you see the following error:

Try opening VirtualBox and opening the image directly. If you see an error, try disabling the audio settings for the virtual image in VirtualBox:

  1. Select Android VM
  2. Click Settings on top.
  3. Go to Audio and Uncheck Enable Audio Checkbox

See this link for more information.

Note: On Ubuntu/Linux, make sure to enable 3D acceleration mode by launching VirtualBox and going to to fix. VirtualBox appears to prone to memory leaks, so you may find yourself killing the process from time to time. To avoid large CPU consumption by the compiz window manager and swapping in general, try increasing the video memory allocation and Base Memory (found in ).

Note: Are you getting an error when starting the emulator? ? Follow the advice here. In short, go to virtual box page and download and install VirtualBox 4.3.6 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack.

Note: If you get error when re-adding the emulator, you need to use a new name for the same device. For example, "Nexus 4 - 4.4.4 - API 19" might be called "Nexus 4 - 4.4.4 - API 19 New".

Setup Google Play Services

As of version 2.10, setting up Google Play Services on Genymotion is really straightforward. Once in the emulator, a new "Open GApps" widget will be available in your toolbar. Click it and it’ll do the rest. The "Open GApps" widget is available for every device running Android 4.4 or higher (whether new or already created, as long as Genymotion 2.10 is installed).

The Open GApps package implemented is the smallest one (i.e. "pico") as it fits most development and testing needs. If you need access to further Google Apps and Services, simply visit the Play Store and download them from there. If Google Play Services get updated, no need to click the widget again. Updates will be handled directly within your virtual device – just like a real device after all

Manual Installation

IMPORTANT NOTE: Since version 2.10 Genymotion includes native support for Google Play Services and Google Store. Just open the emulator and click in the "Open GApps" widget showed in the toolbar. More info in Genymotion's blog. If you are working with a previous version you can follow the next steps.

NOTE: These steps need to be followed only if you are using Genymotion < 2.10 and you want to be able to use Google services such as maps and push messaging on your Genymotion device. For basic testing, these steps can be safely skipped.

Check out this handy YouTube video for a guided step-by-step of enabling play services in Genymotion. You may want to use a newer version of these files based on the desired emulator as found below.

  1. Download the opengapps.org image corresponding to your Android version. Make sure to choose x86 and the nano instance.

  2. Drag and drop the zip file onto the running Genymotion emulator device Installing Google Apps APK

  3. When asked to flash the device, make sure to proceed with the installation.

  4. You must close and restart the emulator so that Google Play Store can be installed.

  5. After restart, open the "Play Store" app on your emulator and sign in with a google account.

  6. Make sure to update to the latest version of Google Play Services by opening the "Play Store" app and then the "Maps" app to verify play services is running correctly.

  7. If you are using Android 7.0 (API 24) or higher, make sure to install the Chrome app from the Play Store. The WebView browser that comes with API 24 and higher is not a fully feature compatible one.

  8. Download the ARM Translation Installer v1.1 and drag and drop the zip file onto the running Genymotion emulator device. The ARM emulator is only needed for apps that trigger a error. See this FAQ for more context.

    • Note: If you get message, you need to make sure there are no spaces in the filename. Remove any spaces from the name of your zip file before dragging to ensure the file is detected as flashable.

Note: If you see errors, be sure you installed the correct package above that matches the device version in the emulator. For example, if you install Samsung Galaxy S4 API 18 for Genymotion emulator and install Google Services APK for Android 4.3, Google Play should work without any issue. The important thing is to match the google play API version and Genymotion emulator device version.

Enable GPS on Emulator

Next, if you don't have the emulator started yet, be sure to boot the genymotion emulator from within the Android Studio plugin:

Emulator

Now we need to enable the GPS location on the emulator by manually selecting a location on the map:

Emulator

Troubleshooting

Can't run app on Genymotion emulator

If you are encountering issues with a Genymotion device not being detected inside Android Studio, try the following steps. First, close all emulators and unplug any devices. Next, open up the Terminal application on your computer.

Open up the Genymotion application and open and then select "Custom SDK tools". Enter your SDK path into the text field: "/Users/[USERNAME]/Library/Android/sdk":

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Finally, go back to the terminal and run:

Keep running until you see a device show up in that list:

Connecting to VPN sites

If you are trying to use a VPN client to connect to an internal web site, open VirtualBox and select the emulator image. Click on Settings and make sure is disabled.

Verify that is selected for NAT, which will force connections to be routed through your machine.

That's it! Try running the app again.

Issuing Manually Setting Up Play Services

While installing play services, there are a variety of issues that can come up, refer to a few common ones below:

  • Received a message after dragging over the zip. You need to make sure there are no spaces in the filename. Remove any spaces from the name of your zip file before dragging to ensure the file is detected as flashable.

  • Received a message about files being added to the SD card If you are using a Mac, and get this message while dragging over the file to the emulator, make sure to configure your app security settings to allow all applications.

  • Seeing errors after flashing the emulator? If you see errors, be sure you installed the correct package above that matches the device version in the emulator. For example, if you install Samsung Galaxy S4 API 18 for Genymotion emulator and install Google Services APK for Android 4.3, Google Play should work without any issue. The important thing is to match the google play API version and Genymotion emulator device version.

  • Try rebooting your system. If all else fails, may find in order for things to take hold properly that you need to install the ARM-translator, and then reboot your computer, and after that, install the Gapps and then reboot a second time. This can sometimes fix issues that are otherwise unresolved.

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Let’s see how we can install Google Play services on Genymotion Android Emulator by following the steps below. Many Android apps depend on Google Play Services. Genymotion doesn’t come with GP. Luckily, we can install a bundle containing GP ourselves.

Install Open Gapps for Google Apps

Genymotion 3.2.1, comes with 1 click installer for Google Apps. First, you need to start the Genymotion virtual device. Click the down arrow key button of the virtual device and then select install Open Gapps.

Genymotion install Open GApps

Accept the user agreement button.

Install open Gapps Genymotion

Click on Yes

Genymotion player ssl error

Downloading open GApps in progress

Genymotion player downloading open gapps

Once the installation is completed, one warning message will pop up that the Open Gapps successfully installed and then asks us to reboot the virtual device. Click Restart Now button.

open gapps successfully installed

Now we can start to use the Google Play Store app (It can find it on the app’s window). If you want to download any app from the Google Play Store, you need to sign in to Google Play accounts. You can create a new Google Play account if you don’t have one.

Genymotion player apps

Uploading Open GApps Google Apps Archive

In this method, we can manually upload and install Open Gapps in a virtual machine. First, we need to Launch GAPPS Official Webpage. Then we choose the version for the virtual device on that page. We download the zip file named open_gapps-arm64–9.0-stock-20210925.zip.
The download file name might be different depending on the virtual device specifications.

Download Open Gapps

Install Google Play Services Genymotion

Open Genymotion app player, then we drag and drop the downloaded zip file into GenyMotion virtual device.

Genymotion App Player

Open the download folder and then drag the zip file.

Genymotion player drag Gapps

The open Gapps file transfer is in progress.

Genymotion player archive flashing

The installation starts automatically and Genymotion Emulator flashes archive files. The installation will complete in a while and you can see the Installation Result. After successfully completing you can restart the Genymotion virtual device.

Genymotion VM file installation result

In this process, once the installation is complete, we need to check updates and then update Google Play Services manually. For doing this, you need to Google Store as I explained above. Then you can sign in to your Google Play account or create a new one.
Everything is OK. We can now use Google Play services easily

Genymotion Google Play Sign In

Type google email, credentials and then click forward key.

Genymotion google play sign in

Google play terms of service, click ok.

Google play terms of service

Genymotion Google services, select backup & restore option and then click Next.

Genymotion Google services backup

Install Apps in Genemotion Virtual Device

Genymotion Google play store, select Instagram app.

Genymotion Google play store

Click install to Install Instagram app in genymotion virtual machine.

Genymotion Google play store Instagram

Instagram needs access to the Google play store, click accept.

Instagram needs access to Google

Downloading Instagram in progress.

Downloading Instagram

Successfully installed Instagram in Genymotion virtual machine.

Install Google Play Services Genymotion
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Genymotion emulators

Agilitestet and ATS, through free software ATSMobilestation, downloadable ici let you use Android emulators from Genymotion Desktop.

The prerequisite to be able to do this is to have downloaded and installed the Genymotion solution and installed an emulator.

By default, the Genymotion Desktop solution will allow you to launch emulators for your personal use. This can allow you to carry out tests before opting for a paid version.

The advantage of using this solution is that it is perfectly integrated with Agilitest and ATS, and that you will be able to very easily launch a wide variety of Android emulators:

  • Different formats (phone, small tablet, large tablet)
  • Android version
  • Screen density
  • Screen size in pixels
  • Source

Then you just need to launch an emulator:

Then, you must launch ATSMobilestation, which indicates the terminals which are connected, you have several possibilities:

In our case, the Genymotion Desktop emulator appears directly in the list of terminals connected to the PC:

You just have to use it to perform a mobile test.

In the image below, you will be able to identify: the Genymotion Desktop solution having launched an Android emulator, Agilitest and ATSMobilestation launched and carrying out a capture operation on a key on the calculator.

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Older versions of Genymotion

It's not uncommon for the latest version of an app to cause problems when installed on older smartphones. Sometimes newer versions of apps may not work with your device due to system incompatibilities. Until the app developer has fixed the problem, try using an older version of the app. If you need a rollback of Genymotion, check out the app's version history on Uptodown. It includes all the file versions available to download off Uptodown for that app. Download rollbacks of Genymotion for Windows. Any version of Genymotion distributed on Uptodown is completely virus-free and free to download at no cost.

3.2.1 Jul 8th, 2021

3.1.0 Apr 15th, 2020

3.0.4 Mar 11th, 2020

3.0.3 Oct 30th, 2019

2.12.1 May 9th, 2018

2.12.0 Mar 7th, 2018

2.8.0 Sep 9th, 2016

2.6.0 Mar 15th, 2016

1.1.0 Jul 18th, 2013

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Genymotion will not load a virtual device

In addition to me.yay 's comment I would add to make the following changes:

Then edit the new network adapter and use the following settings:

IPv4 Address : 192.168.1.201 IPv4 network mask : 255.255.255.0

Then in the DHCP server tab: Address: 192.168.1.100 mask: 255.255.255.0 Lower address: 192.168.1.101 Upper address : 192.168.1.199

Check to see which Ethernet adapter # you have now set up - this might be important later on. Click OK for all the open boxes or save whatever you have.

Then try and run genyMotion again. This worked for me.

There is one more thing you may have to do if this still doesnt work. Go to Network and sharing centre . Change adapter settings and disable all the Ethernet connections EXCEPT for the Ethernet adapter you have just created.

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Managing Virtual Devices with the Android Device Manager

This article explains how to use the Android Device Manager to create and configure Android Virtual Devices (AVDs) that emulate physical Android devices. You can use these virtual devices to run and test your app without having to rely on a physical device.

After you have verified that hardware acceleration is enabled (as described in Hardware Acceleration for Emulator Performance), the next step is to use the Android Device Manager (also referred to as the Xamarin Android Device Manager) to create virtual devices that you can use to test and debug your app.

Android Device Manager on Windows

This article explains how to use the Android Device Manager to create, duplicate, customize, and launch Android virtual devices.

Screenshot of the Android Device Manager in the Devices tab

You use the Android Device Manager to create and configure Android Virtual Devices (AVDs) that run in the Android Emulator. Each AVD is an emulator configuration that simulates a physical Android device. This makes it possible to run and test your app in a variety of configurations that simulate different physical Android devices.

Requirements

To use the Android Device Manager, you will need the following items:

  • Visual Studio 2019 Community, Professional, or Enterprise.

  • OR Visual Studio 2017 version 15.8 or later is required. Visual Studio Community, Professional, and Enterprise editions are supported.

  • Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin version 4.9 or later.

  • The Android SDK must be installed (see Setting up the Android SDK for Xamarin.Android). Be sure to install the Android SDK at its default location if it is not already installed: C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk.

  • The following packages must be installed (via the Android SDK Manager):

    • Android SDK Tools version 26.1.1 or later
    • Android SDK Platform-Tools 27.0.1 or later
    • Android SDK Build-Tools 27.0.3 or later
    • Android Emulator 27.2.7 or later.

    These packages should be displayed with Installed status as seen in the following screenshot:

    Installing Android SDK Tools

Launching the Device Manager

Launch the Android Device Manager from the Tools menu by clicking Tools > Android > Android Device Manager:

Launching the Device manager from the Tools menu

If the following error dialog is presented on launch, see the Troubleshooting section for workaround instructions:

Android SDK instance error dialog

Main Screen

When you first launch the Android Device Manager, it presents a screen that displays all currently-configured virtual devices. For each virtual device, the Name, OS (Android Version), Processor, Memory size, and screen Resolution are displayed:

List of installed devices and their parameters

When you select a device in the list, the Start button appears on the right. You can click the Start button to launch the emulator with this virtual device:

Start button for a device image

After the emulator starts with the selected virtual device, the Start button changes to a Stop button that you can use to halt the emulator:

Stop button for the running device

New Device

To create a new device, click the New button (located in the upper right-hand area of the screen):

New button for creating a new device

Clicking New launches the New Device screen:

New Device screen of the Device Manager

To configure a new device in the New Device screen, use the following steps:

  1. Give the device a new name. In the following example, the new device is named Pixel_API_27:

    Naming the new device

  2. Select a physical device to emulate by clicking the Base Device pull-down menu:

    Selecting the physical device to emulate

  3. Select a processor type for this virtual device by clicking the Processor pull-down menu. Selecting x86 will provide the best performance because it enables the emulator to take advantage of hardware acceleration. The x86_64 option will also make use of hardware acceleration, but it runs slightly slower than x86 (x86_64 is normally used for testing 64-bit apps):

    Selecting the processor type

  4. Select the Android version (API level) by clicking the OS pull-down menu. For example, select Oreo 8.1 - API 27 to create a virtual device for API level 27:

    Selecting the Android version

    If you select an Android API level that has not yet been installed, the Device Manager will display A new device will be downloaded message at the bottom of the screen – it will download and install the necessary files as it creates the new virtual device:

    A new device image will be downloaded

  5. If you want to include Google Play Services APIs in your virtual device, enable the Google APIs option. To include the Google Play Store app, enable the Google Play Store option:

    Selecting Google Play Services and Google Play Store

    Note that Google Play Store images are available only for some base device types such as Pixel, Pixel 2, Nexus 5, and Nexus 5X.

  6. Edit any properties that you need to modify. To make changes to properties, see Editing Android Virtual Device Properties.

  7. Add any additional properties that you need to explicitly set. The New Device screen lists only the most commonly-modified properties, but you can click the Add Property pull-down menu (at the bottom) to add additional properties:

    Add Property pull-down menu

    You can also define a custom property by selecting Custom... at the top of the property list.

  8. Click the Create button (lower right-hand corner) to create the new device:

    Create button

  9. You might get a License Acceptance screen. Click Accept if you agree to the license terms:

    License Acceptance screen

  10. The Android Device Manager adds the new device to the list of installed virtual devices while displaying a Creating progress indicator during device creation:

    Creation progress Indicator

  11. When the creation process is complete, the new device is shown in the list of installed virtual devices with a Start button, ready to launch:

    Newly-created device ready to launch

Edit Device

To edit an existing virtual device, select the device and click the Edit button (located in the upper right-hand corner of the screen):

Edit button for modifying a device

Clicking Edit launches the Device Editor for the selected virtual device:

Device Editor screen

The Device Editor screen lists the properties of the virtual device under the Property column, with the corresponding values of each property in the Value column. When you select a property, a detailed description of that property is displayed on the right.

To change a property, edit its value in the Value column. For example, in the following screenshot the property is being changed from 480 to 240:

Device Editing example

After you have made the necessary configuration changes, click the Save button. For more information about changing virtual device properties, see Editing Android Virtual Device Properties.

Additional Options

Additional options for working with devices are available from the Additional Options (…) pull-down menu in the upper right-hand corner:

Location of additional options menu

The additional options menu contains the following items:

  • Duplicate and Edit – Duplicates the currently-selected device and opens it in the New Device screen with a different unique name. For example, selecting Pixel_API_27 and clicking Duplicate and Edit appends a counter to the name:

    Duplicate and Edit screen

  • Reveal in Explorer – Opens a Windows Explorer window in the folder that holds the files for the virtual device. For example, selecting Pixel_API_27 and clicking Reveal in Explorer opens a window like the following example:

    Results of clicking Reveal in Explorer

  • Factory Reset – Resets the selected device to its default settings, erasing any user changes made to the internal state of the device while it was running (this also erases the current Quick Boot snapshot, if any). This change does not alter modifications that you make to the virtual device during creation and editing. A dialog box will appear with the reminder that this reset cannot be undone. Click Factory Reset to confirm the reset:

    Factory Reset dialog

  • Delete – Permanently deletes the selected virtual device. A dialog box will appear with the reminder that deleting a device cannot be undone. Click Delete if you are certain that you want to delete the device.

    Delete device dialog

Android Device Manager on macOS

This article explains how to use the Android Device Manager to create, duplicate, customize, and launch Android virtual devices.

Screenshot of the Android Device Manager in the Devices tab

You use the Android Device Manager to create and configure Android Virtual Devices (AVDs) that run in the Android Emulator. Each AVD is an emulator configuration that simulates a physical Android device. This makes it possible to run and test your app in a variety of configurations that simulate different physical Android devices.

Requirements

To use the Android Device Manager, you will need the following items:

  • Visual Studio for Mac 7.6 or later.

  • The Android SDK must be installed (see Setting up the Android SDK for Xamarin.Android).

  • The following packages must be installed (via the Android SDK Manager):

    • SDK tools version 26.1.1 or later
    • Android SDK Platform-Tools 28.0.1 or later
    • Android SDK Build-Tools 26.0.3 or later

    These packages should be displayed with Installed status as seen in the following screenshot:

    Installing Android SDK Tools

Launching the Device Manager

Launch the Android Device Manager by clicking Tools > Device Manager:

Launching the Device manager from the Tools menu

If the following error dialog is presented on launch, see the Troubleshooting section for workaround instructions:

Screenshot shows the Android SDK instance error dialog box for troubleshooting information.

Main Screen

When you first launch the Android Device Manager, it presents a screen that displays all currently-configured virtual devices. For each virtual device, the Name, OS (Android Version), Processor, Memory size, and screen Resolution are displayed:

List of installed devices and their parameters

When you select a device in the list, the Play button appears on the right. You can click the Play button to launch the emulator with this virtual device:

Play button for a device image

After the emulator starts with the selected virtual device, the Play button changes to a Stop button that you can use to halt the emulator:

Stop button for the running device

When you stop the emulator, you may get a prompt asking if you want to save the current state for the next quick boot:

Save current state for Quick Boot dialog

Saving the current state will make the emulator boot faster when this virtual device is launched again. For more information about Quick Boot, see Quick Boot.

New Device

To create a new device, click the New Device button (located in the upper left-hand area of the screen):

New button for creating a new device

Clicking New Device launches the New Device screen:

New Device screen of the Device Manager

Use the following steps to configure a new device in the New Device screen:

  1. Give the device a new name. In the following example, the new device is named Pixel_API_27:

    Naming the new device

  2. Select a physical device to emulate by clicking the Base Device pull-down menu:

    Selecting the physical device to emulate

  3. Select a processor type for this virtual device by clicking the Processor pull-down menu. Selecting x86 will provide the best performance because it enables the emulator to take advantage of hardware acceleration. The x86_64 option will also make use of hardware acceleration, but it runs slightly slower than x86 (x86_64 is normally used for testing 64-bit apps):

    Selecting the processor type

  4. Select the Android version (API level) by clicking the OS pull-down menu. For example, select Oreo 8.1 - API 27 to create a virtual device for API level 27:

    Selecting the Android version

    If you select an Android API level that has not yet been installed, the Device Manager will display A new device will be downloaded message at the bottom of the screen – it will download and install the necessary files as it creates the new virtual device:

    A new device image will be downloaded

  5. If you want to include Google Play Services APIs in your virtual device, enable the Google APIs option. To include the Google Play Store app, enable the Google Play Store option:

    Selecting Google Play Services and Google Play Store

    Note that Google Play Store images are available only for some base device types such as Pixel, Pixel 2, Nexus 5, and Nexus 5X.

  6. Edit any properties that you need to modify. To make changes to properties, see Editing Android Virtual Device Properties.

  7. Add any additional properties that you need to explicitly set. The New Device screen lists only the most commonly-modified properties, but you can click the Add Property pull-down menu (at the bottom) to add additional properties:

    Add Property pull-down menu

    You can also define a custom property by clicking Custom... at the top of this property list.

  8. Click the Create button (lower right-hand corner) to create the new device:

    Create button

  9. The Android Device Manager adds the new device to the list of installed virtual devices while displaying a Creating progress indicator during device creation:

    Creation progress indicator

  10. When the creation process is complete, the new device is shown in the list of installed virtual devices with a Start button, ready to launch:

    Newly-created device ready to launch

Edit Device

To edit an existing virtual device, select the Additional Options pull-down menu (gear icon) and select Edit:

Edit menu selection for modifying a new device

Clicking Edit launches the Device Editor for the selected virtual device:

Device Editor screen

The Device Editor screen lists the properties of the virtual device under the Property column, with the corresponding values of each property in the Value column. When you select a property, a detailed description of that property is displayed on the right.

To change a property, edit its value in the Value column. For example, in the following screenshot the property is being changed from 480 to 240:

Device Editing example

After you have made the necessary configuration changes, click the Save button. For more information about changing virtual device properties, see Editing Android Virtual Device Properties.

Additional Options

Additional options for working with a device are available from the pull-down menu located to the left of the Play button:

Location of additional options menu

The additional options menu contains the following items:

  • Edit – Opens the currently-selected device in the device editor as described earlier.

  • Duplicate and Edit – Duplicates the currently-selected device and opens it in the New Device screen with a different unique name. For example, selecting Pixel 2 API 28 and clicking Duplicate and Edit appends a counter to the name:

    Duplicate and Edit screen

  • Reveal in Finder – Opens a macOS Finder window in the folder that holds the files for the virtual device. For example, selecting Pixel 2 API 28 and clicking Reveal in Finder opens a window like the following example:

    Results of clicking Reveal in Finder

  • Factory Reset – Resets the selected device to its default settings, erasing any user changes made to the internal state of the device while it was running (this also erases the current Quick Boot snapshot, if any). This change does not alter modifications that you make to the virtual device during creation and editing. A dialog box will appear with the reminder that this reset cannot be undone. Click Factory Reset to confirm the reset.

    Factory reset dialog

  • Delete – Permanently deletes the selected virtual device. A dialog box will appear with the reminder that deleting a device cannot be undone. Click Delete if you are certain that you want to delete the device.

    Delete device dialog


Troubleshooting

The following sections explain how to diagnose and work around problems that may occur when using the Android Device Manager to configure virtual devices.

Android SDK in Non-Standard Location

Typically, the Android SDK is installed at the following location:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk

If the SDK is not installed at this location, you may get this error when you launch the Android Device Manager:

Android SDK instance error

To work around this problem, use the following steps:

  1. From the Windows desktop, navigate to C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\XamarinDeviceManager:

    Android Device Manager log file location

  2. Double-click to open one of the log files and locate the Config file path. For example:

    Config file path in log file

  3. Navigate to this location and double-click user.config to open it.

  4. In user.config, locate the element and add an AndroidSdkPath attribute to it. Set this attribute to the path where the Android SDK is installed on your computer and save the file. For example, would look like the following if the Android SDK was installed at C:\Programs\Android\SDK:

After making this change to user.config, you should be able to launch the Android Device Manager.

Wrong Version of Android SDK Tools

If Android SDK tools 26.1.1 or later is not installed, you may see this error dialog on launch:

Screenshot shows the Android SDK instance error dialog box.

If you see this error dialog, click Open SDK Manager to open the Android SDK Manager. In the Android SDK Manager, click the Tools tab and install the following packages:

  • Android SDK Tools 26.1.1 or later
  • Android SDK Platform-Tools 27.0.1 or later
  • Android SDK Build-Tools 27.0.3 or later

Snapshot disables WiFi on Android Oreo

If you have an AVD configured for Android Oreo with simulated Wi-Fi access, restarting the AVD after a snapshot may cause Wi-Fi access to become disabled.

To work around this problem,

  1. Select the AVD in the Android Device Manager.

  2. From the additional options menu, click Reveal in Explorer.

  3. Navigate to snapshots > default_boot.

  4. Delete the snapshot.pb file:

    Location of the snapshot.pb file

  5. Restart the AVD.

After these changes are made, the AVD will restart in a state that allows Wi-Fi to work again.

Wrong Version of Android SDK Tools

If Android SDK tools 26.1.1 or later is not installed, you may see this error dialog on launch:

Android SDK instance error dialog

If you see this error dialog, click OK to open the Android SDK Manager. In the Android SDK Manager, click the Tools tab and install the following packages:

  • Android SDK Tools 26.1.1 or later
  • Android SDK Platform-Tools 28.0.1 or later
  • Android SDK Build-Tools 26.0.3 or later

Snapshot disables WiFi on Android Oreo

If you have an AVD configured for Android Oreo with simulated Wi-Fi access, restarting the AVD after a snapshot may cause Wi-Fi access to become disabled.

To work around this problem,

  1. Select the AVD in the Android Device Manager.

  2. From the additional options menu, click Reveal in Finder.

  3. Navigate to snapshots > default_boot.

  4. Delete the snapshot.pb file:

    Location of the snapshot.pb file

  5. Restart the AVD.

After these changes are made, the AVD will restart in a state that allows Wi-Fi to work again.

Generating a Bug Report

If you find a problem with the Android Device Manager that cannot be resolved using the above troubleshooting tips, please file a bug report by right-clicking the title bar and selecting Generate Bug Report:

Location of menu item for filing a bug report

If you find a problem with the Android Device Manager that cannot be resolved using the above troubleshooting tips, please file a bug report by clicking Help > Report a Problem:

Location of menu item for filing a bug report

Summary

This guide introduced the Android Device Manager available in Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin and Visual Studio for Mac. It explained essential features such as starting and stopping the Android emulator, selecting an Android virtual device (AVD) to run, creating new virtual devices, and how to edit a virtual device. It explained how to edit profile hardware properties for further customization, and it provided troubleshooting tips for common problems.

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Install Open Gapps for Google Apps

Genymotion 3.2.1, comes with 1 click installer for Google Apps. First, you need to start the Genymotion virtual device. Click the down arrow key button of the virtual device and then select install Open Gapps.

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Now we can start to use the Google Play Store app (It can find it on the app’s window). If you want to download any app from the Google Play Store, you need to sign in to Google Play accounts. You can create a new Google Play account if you don’t have one.

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In this method, we can manually upload and install Open Gapps in a virtual machine. First, we need to Launch GAPPS Official Webpage. Then we choose the version for the virtual device on that page. We download the zip file named open_gapps-arm64–9.0-stock-20210925.zip.
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Download Open Gapps

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Open Genymotion app player, then we drag and drop the downloaded zip file into GenyMotion virtual device.

Genymotion App Player

Open the download folder and then drag the zip file.

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The open Gapps file transfer is in progress.

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The installation starts automatically and Genymotion Emulator flashes archive files. The installation will complete in a while and you can see the Installation Result. After successfully completing you can restart the Genymotion virtual device.

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In this process, once the installation is complete, we need to check updates and then update Google Play Services manually. For doing this, you need to Google Store as I explained above. Then you can sign in to your Google Play account or create a new one.
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Type google email, credentials and then click forward key.

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Install Apps in Genemotion Virtual Device

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  6. Start Genymotion and emulator of choice and Open Smartdisk. Choose which disk you want and mount it.
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Let’s see how we can install Google Play services on Genymotion Android Emulator by following the steps below. Many Android apps depend on Google Play Services. Genymotion doesn’t come with GP. Luckily, we can install a bundle containing GP ourselves.

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The open Gapps file transfer is in progress.

Genymotion player archive flashing

The installation starts automatically and Genymotion Emulator flashes archive files. The installation will complete in a while and you can see the Installation Result. After successfully completing you can restart the Genymotion virtual device.

Genymotion VM file installation result

In this process, once the installation is complete, we need to check updates and then update Google Play Services manually. For doing this, you need to Google Store as I explained above. Then you can sign in to your Google Play account or create a new one.
Everything is OK. We can now use Google Play services easily

Genymotion Google Play Sign In

Type google email, credentials and then click forward key.

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Google play terms of service, click ok.

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Install Apps in Genemotion Virtual Device

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This article explains how to use the Android Device Manager to create and configure Android Genymotion windows Archives Devices (AVDs) that emulate physical Android devices. You can use these virtual devices to run and test your app without having to rely on a physical device.

After you have verified that hardware acceleration is enabled (as described in Hardware Acceleration for Emulator Performance), the next step is to use the Android Device Manager (also referred to as the Xamarin Android Device Manager) to create virtual devices that you can use to test and debug your app.

Android Device Manager on Windows

This article explains how to use the Android Device Manager to create, duplicate, customize, Genymotion windows Archives, and launch Android virtual devices.

Screenshot of the Android Device Manager in the Devices tab

You use the Android Device Manager to create and configure Android Virtual Devices (AVDs) that run in the Android Emulator. Each AVD is an emulator configuration that simulates a physical Android device. This makes it possible to run and test your app in a variety of configurations that simulate different physical Android devices.

Requirements

To use the Android Device Manager, you will need the following items:

  • Visual Studio 2019 Community, Professional, or Enterprise.

  • OR Visual Studio 2017 version 15.8 or later is required. Visual Studio Community, Professional, Genymotion windows Archives, and Enterprise editions are supported.

  • Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin version 4.9 or later.

  • The Android SDK must be installed (see Setting Flash Decompiler 1.51 crack serial keygen the Android SDK for Xamarin.Android). Be sure to install the Android SDK at its default location if it is not already installed: C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk.

  • The following packages must be installed (via the Android SDK Manager):

    • Android SDK Tools version 26.1.1 or later
    • Android SDK Platform-Tools 27.0.1 or later
    • Android SDK Build-Tools 27.0.3 or later
    • Android Emulator 27.2.7 or later.

    These packages should be displayed with Installed status as seen in the following screenshot:

    Installing Android SDK Tools

Launching the Device Manager

Launch the Android Device Manager from the Tools menu by clicking Tools > Android > Android Device Manager:

Launching the Device manager from the Tools menu

If the following error dialog is presented on launch, see the Troubleshooting section for workaround instructions:

Android SDK instance error dialog

Main Screen

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List of installed devices and their parameters

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Start button for a device image

After the emulator starts with the selected virtual device, the Start button changes to a Stop button that you can use to halt the emulator:

Stop button for the running device

New Device

To create a new device, click the New button (located in the upper right-hand area of the screen):

New button for creating a new device

Clicking New launches the New Device screen:

New Device screen of the Device Manager

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    Naming the new device

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    Selecting the physical device to emulate

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    Selecting the processor type

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    Selecting the Android version

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    A new device image will be downloaded

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    Selecting Google Play Services and Google Play Store

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  6. Edit any properties that you need to modify. To make changes to properties, see Editing Android Virtual Device Properties.

  7. Add any additional properties that you need to explicitly set. The New Device screen lists only the most commonly-modified properties, Genymotion windows Archives, but you can click the Add Property pull-down menu (at the bottom) to add additional properties:

    Add Property pull-down menu

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  8. Click the Create button (lower right-hand corner) to create the new device:

    Create button

  9. You might get a License Acceptance screen. Click Accept if you agree to the license terms:

    License Acceptance screen

  10. The Android Device Manager adds the new device to the list of installed virtual devices while displaying a Creating progress indicator during device creation:

    Creation progress Indicator

  11. When the creation process is complete, the new device is shown in the list of installed virtual devices with a Start button, ready to launch:

    Newly-created device ready to launch

Edit Device

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Edit button for modifying a device

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The Device Editor screen lists the properties of the virtual device under the Property column, with the corresponding values of each property in the Value column. When you select a property, a detailed description of that property is displayed on the right.

To change a property, edit its value in the Value column. For example, in the following screenshot the property is being changed from 480 to 240:

Device Editing example

After you have made the necessary configuration changes, click the Save button. For more information about changing virtual device properties, see Editing Android Virtual Device Properties.

Additional Options

Additional options for working with devices are available from the Additional Options (…) pull-down menu in the upper right-hand corner:

Location of additional options menu

The additional options menu contains the following items:

  • Duplicate and Edit – Duplicates the currently-selected device and opens it in the New Device screen with a different unique name. For example, selecting Pixel_API_27 and clicking Duplicate and Edit appends a counter to the name:

    Duplicate and Edit screen

  • Reveal in Explorer – Opens a Windows Explorer window in the folder that holds the files for the virtual device. For example, selecting Pixel_API_27 and clicking Reveal in Explorer opens a window like the following example:

    Results of clicking Reveal in Explorer

  • Factory Reset – Resets the selected device to its default settings, erasing any user changes made to the internal state of the device while it was running (this also erases the current Quick Boot snapshot, if any). This change does not alter modifications that you make to the virtual device during creation and editing. A dialog box will appear with the reminder that this reset cannot be undone. Click Factory Reset to confirm the reset:

    Factory Reset dialog

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    Delete device dialog

Android Device Manager on macOS

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Screenshot of the Android Device Manager in the Devices tab

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Requirements

To use the Android Device Manager, you will need the following items:

  • Visual Studio for Mac 7.6 or later.

  • The Android SDK must be installed (see Setting up the Android SDK for Xamarin.Android).

  • The following packages must be installed (via the Android SDK Manager):

    • SDK tools version 26.1.1 or later
    • Android SDK Platform-Tools 28.0.1 or later
    • Android SDK Build-Tools 26.0.3 or later

    These packages should be displayed with Installed status as seen in the following screenshot:

    Installing Android SDK Tools

Launching the Device Manager

Launch the Android Device Manager by clicking Tools > Device Manager:

Launching the Device manager from the Tools menu

If the following error dialog is presented on launch, see the Troubleshooting section for workaround instructions:

Screenshot shows the Android SDK instance error dialog box for troubleshooting information.

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Play button for a device image

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Stop button for the running device

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New button for creating a new device

Clicking New Device launches the New Device screen:

New Device screen of the Device Manager

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  1. Give the device a new name. In the following example, the new device is named Pixel_API_27:

    Naming the new device

  2. Select a physical device to emulate by clicking the Base Device pull-down menu:

    Selecting the physical device to emulate

  3. Select a processor type for this virtual device by clicking the Processor pull-down menu. Selecting x86 will provide the best performance because it enables the emulator to take advantage of hardware acceleration. The x86_64 option will also make use of hardware acceleration, but it runs slightly slower than x86 (x86_64 is normally used for testing 64-bit apps):

    Selecting the processor type

  4. Select the Android version (API level) by clicking the OS pull-down menu. For example, select Oreo 8.1 - API 27 to create a virtual device for API level 27:

    Selecting the Android version

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    Selecting Google Play Services and Google Play Store

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  6. Edit any properties that you need to modify. To make changes to properties, see Editing Android Virtual Device Properties.

  7. Add any additional properties that you need to explicitly set. The New Device screen lists only the most commonly-modified properties, but you can click the Add Property pull-down menu (at the bottom) to add additional properties:

    Add Property pull-down menu

    You can also define a custom property by clicking Custom. at the top of this property list.

  8. Click the Create button (lower right-hand corner) to create the new device:

    Create button

  9. The Android Device Manager adds the new device to the list of installed virtual devices while displaying a Creating progress indicator during device creation:

    Creation progress indicator

  10. When the creation process is complete, Genymotion windows Archives, the new device is shown in the list of installed virtual devices with a Start button, ready to launch:

    Newly-created device ready to launch

Edit Device

To edit an existing virtual device, select the Additional Options pull-down menu (gear icon) and select Edit:

Edit menu selection for modifying a new device

Clicking Edit launches the Device Editor for the selected virtual device:

Device Editor screen

The Device Editor screen lists the properties of the virtual device under the Property column, Genymotion windows Archives, with the corresponding values of each property in the Value column. When you select a property, a detailed description of that property is displayed on the right.

To change a property, Genymotion windows Archives, edit its value in the Value column. For example, in the following screenshot the property is being changed from 480 to 240:

Device Editing example

After you have made the necessary configuration changes, click the Save button. For more information about changing virtual device properties, see Editing Android Virtual Device Properties.

Additional Options

Additional options for working with a device are available from the pull-down menu located to the left of the Play button:

Location of additional options menu

The additional options menu contains Genymotion windows Archives following items:

  • Edit – Opens the currently-selected device in the device editor as described earlier.

  • Duplicate and Edit – Duplicates the currently-selected device and opens it in the New Device screen with a different unique name, Genymotion windows Archives. For example, selecting Pixel Genymotion windows Archives API 28 and clicking Duplicate and Edit appends a counter to the name:

    Duplicate and Edit screen

  • Reveal in Finder – Opens a macOS Finder window in the folder that holds the files for the virtual device, Genymotion windows Archives. For example, selecting Pixel 2 API 28 and clicking Reveal in Finder opens a window like the following example:

    Results of clicking Reveal in Finder

  • Factory Reset – Resets the selected device to its default settings, erasing any user WINDOWS 10 PRO x64 40 seriales OKAY made to the internal state of the device while it was running Movavi video conve keygen,serial,crack,generator,unlock also erases the current Quick Boot snapshot, if any). Genymotion windows Archives change does not alter modifications that you make to the virtual device during creation and editing, Genymotion windows Archives. A dialog box will appear Genymotion windows Archives the reminder that this reset cannot be undone. Click Factory Reset to confirm the reset.

    Factory reset dialog

  • Delete – Permanently deletes the selected virtual device. A dialog box will appear with the reminder that deleting a device cannot be undone. Click Delete if you are certain that you want to delete the device.

    Delete device dialog


Troubleshooting

The following sections explain Genymotion windows Archives to diagnose and work around problems that may occur when using the Android Device Manager to configure virtual devices.

Android SDK in Non-Standard Location

Typically, the Android SDK is installed at the following location:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk

If the SDK is not installed at this location, you may get this error when you launch the Android Device Manager:

Android SDK instance error

To work around this problem, Genymotion windows Archives, use the following steps:

  1. From the Windows desktop, navigate to C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\XamarinDeviceManager:

    Android Device Manager log file location

  2. Double-click to open one of the log files and locate the Config file path. For example:

    Config file path in log file

  3. Navigate to this location and double-click user.config to open it.

  4. In user.config, locate the element and add an AndroidSdkPath attribute to it. Set this attribute to the path where the Android SDK is installed on your computer and save the file. For example, would look like the following if the Android SDK was installed at C:\Programs\Android\SDK:

After making this change to user.config, you should be able to launch the Android Device Manager.

Wrong Version of Android SDK Tools

If Android SDK tools 26.1.1 or later is not installed, Genymotion windows Archives, you may see this error dialog on launch:

Screenshot shows the Android SDK instance error dialog box.

If you see this error dialog, click Open SDK Manager to open the Android SDK Manager. In the Android SDK Manager, click the Tools tab and install the following packages:

  • Android SDK Tools 26.1.1 or later
  • Android SDK Platform-Tools 27.0.1 or later
  • Android SDK Build-Tools 27.0.3 or later

Snapshot disables WiFi on Android Oreo

If you have an AVD configured for Android Oreo with simulated Wi-Fi access, Genymotion windows Archives, restarting the AVD after a snapshot may cause Wi-Fi access to become disabled.

To work around this problem,

  1. Select the AVD in the Android Device Manager.

  2. From the additional options menu, click Reveal in Explorer.

  3. Navigate to snapshots > default_boot.

  4. Delete the snapshot.pb file:

    Location of the snapshot.pb file

  5. Restart the AVD.

After these changes are made, the AVD will restart in a state that allows Wi-Fi to work again.

Wrong Version Genymotion windows Archives Android SDK Tools

If Android SDK tools 26.1.1 or later is not installed, Genymotion windows Archives, you may see this error dialog on launch:

Android SDK instance error dialog

If you see this error dialog, click OK to open Genymotion windows Archives Android SDK Manager. In the Android SDK Manager, Genymotion windows Archives, click the Tools tab and install the following packages:

  • Android SDK Tools 26.1.1 or later
  • Android SDK Platform-Tools 28.0.1 or later
  • Android SDK Build-Tools 26.0.3 or later

Snapshot disables WiFi on Android Oreo

If you have an AVD configured for Android Oreo with simulated Wi-Fi access, restarting the AVD after a snapshot may cause Wi-Fi access to become disabled.

To work around this problem,

  1. Select the AVD in the Android Device Manager.

  2. From the additional options menu, click Reveal in Finder.

  3. Navigate to snapshots > default_boot.

  4. Delete the snapshot.pb file:

    Location of the snapshot.pb file

  5. Restart the AVD.

After these changes are made, the AVD will restart in a state that allows Wi-Fi to work again.

Generating a Bug Report

If you find a problem with the Android Device Manager that cannot be resolved using the above troubleshooting tips, please file a bug report by right-clicking the title Genymotion windows Archives and selecting Generate Bug Report:

Location <b>Genymotion windows Archives</b> menu item for filing a bug report

If you find a problem with the Android Genymotion windows Archives Manager that cannot be resolved using the above troubleshooting tips, please file a bug report by clicking Help > Report a Problem:

Location of menu item for filing a bug report

Summary

This guide introduced the Android Device Manager available in Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin and Visual Studio for Mac. It explained essential features such as starting and stopping Adobe Photoshop CS6 Crack With Serial Number [Latest] Android emulator, selecting an Android virtual device (AVD) to run, creating new virtual devices, Genymotion windows Archives, and how to edit a virtual device. It explained how to edit profile hardware properties for further customization, and it provided troubleshooting tips for common problems.

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Genymotion windows Archives a virtual machine that runs the Android Operating System in Windows / Mac. It is similar to BlueStacks Android emulator, but it can run custom Android versions even up to Jelly Bean 4.1.1. In this article, we shall see how to access local computer files inside AndroVM.

Access local files from AndroVM

GenyMotion is the upgraded version of AndroVM which comes with an all new user interface that includes Android soft keys (capacitive buttons) for Menu, Home and Back Buttons. It also features IDE integration plugins for NetBeans and Eclipse to aid Android developers. GenyMotion supports Android versions upto JellyBean 4.2 and above; and can emulate multiple devices. GenyMotion project is now under active development and is available for download after registering a free account.

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AndroVM / GenyMotion File Transfer

First of all, your virtual Android must be configured. To know more about how to set up AndroVM / GenyMotion on your PC, refer the following articles.

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Next, you may want to access files like photos or APKs Genymotion windows Archives your computer inside AndroVM Genymotion windows Archives GenyMotion. For this, Genymotion windows Archives, you will have to grant access to your local PC folders inside it. This article will walk you through the process.

How to access local files from AndroVM (GenyMotion)

  1. Create a new folder in your local system.
  2. Copy the files you want to access in AndroVM (GenyMotion) into this new folder.
  3. Open VirtualBox and select the imported AndroVM (GenyMotion) image on the left pane.
  4. Click on Settings. The Settings panel will pop up.
  5. Select Shared Folders tab on the left side.
  6. Select Machine Folders and click on Add Share (Blue folder icon) to add a new Shared Folder within VirtualBox.
  7. Choose the Folder path as Others and browse to the newly created folder.
  8. Select the check boxes as per your requirement and click on OK. Read Only: To prevent modification of its contents inside AndroVM. Auto Mount: To mount the folder automatically on startup (AndroVM). Make Permanent: Grant permanent access to this folder inside AndroVM.
  9. Restart AndroVM (GenyMotion).
  10. Open Astro File Manager (pre-installed in AndroVM) in Android. Browse to /mnt/shared to open the shared folder.

This folder has all the files that actually reside locally on your computer.

Note: GenyMotion uses VirtualBox in the background. So any change in the Android image loaded in VirtualBox will reflect on GenyMotion too.

Additional Note: If you want to install apps directly from APK files, you need to first allow third party app installations. For this, open the app drawer from AndroVM (GenyMotion) and go to Settings >> Developer Options and check on Unknown Sources, Genymotion windows Archives. Confirm the notification and you are all set to install third party apps.

Now if you need to install apps from APK files, simply put the APK into the shared folder and open it inside AndroVM. Select Install from the prompt and confirm the permissions, Genymotion windows Archives. The app will be installed in AndroVM.

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Genymotion 2.0 Emulators with Google Play support

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NOTE: Uniblue Registry Booster 6.0.7.2 crack serial keygen recommended approach is to use the emulator provided with Android Studio via the AVD Manager. Genymotion can only be downloaded for a 30-day trial.

Installing Genymotion (Deprecated)

Genymotion is an incredibly fast, memory-efficient VM that runs the Android OS in a more accurate manner than even the official emulator. Many Android developers do all their device testing using this emulator especially when Google Play services is concerned.

To setup your genymotion emulator sign up and follow the installation guide.

Note: If you already have installed Genymotion on your system then you can skip this steps Genymotion windows Archives go straight to setup Google Play Services

Installation

  1. Sign up for an account on the Genymotion Website
  2. Install the latest VirtualBox, a powerful free virtualization software for Genymotion to run.
    • If you already have VirtualBox installed, be sure to open and upgrade to the Genymotion windows Archives version.
  3. Download Genymotion Emulator for your platform.
  4. Install the Genymotion Emulator
    • Windows: Run the MSI installer
    • Mac: Open the dmg and drag both apps to Applications directory
  5. Go to the Genymotion ADB settings and set the path to your SDK directory (i.e. for Mac OSX, the directory is. For Windows, all SDK files should Genymotion windows Archives by default in ) image
  6. (PC's only) You need to reboot and enable Intel Virtualization Technology or Intel VT-x on the BIOS. Typically 602 Pro Messaging Server v3.32c crack serial keygen need to reboot and hit, Genymotion windows Archives, or to enter this mode. Genymotion windows Archives these instructions for more information.

Configuration

  1. Run the Genymotion application
  2. Sign in and add your first virtual device (i.e. Nexus 4 - 4.4.4 - API 19, Nexus 4 - 5.0.0. - API 21).
    • You must use an image running 4.3, 4.4.4, or 5.0.0, Genymotion windows Archives. Other versions may not work.
    • Do not start your emulator yet!
  3. From within Android Studio, click the genymobile icon Genymobile and click "Start" on your virtual device.
    • You can start the emulator through the Android Studio plugin, or can launch the Genymotion application separately.
  4. Wait for device to boot up into a useable state

Note: if starting Genymotion you see the following error:

Try opening VirtualBox and opening the image directly. Genymotion windows Archives If you see an error, Genymotion windows Archives, try disabling the audio settings for the virtual image in VirtualBox:

  1. Select Android VM
  2. Click Settings on top.
  3. Go to Audio and Uncheck Enable Audio Checkbox

See this link for more information.

Note: On Ubuntu/Linux, make sure to enable 3D acceleration mode by launching VirtualBox and going to to fix. VirtualBox appears to prone to memory leaks, so you may find yourself killing the process from time to time. To avoid large CPU consumption by the compiz window manager and swapping in general, try increasing the video memory allocation and Base Memory (found in ).

Note: Are you getting an error when starting the emulator? ? Follow the advice here. In short, Genymotion windows Archives, go to virtual box page and download and install VirtualBox 4.3.6 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack.

Note: If you get error when re-adding the emulator, you need to use a new name for the same device. For example, "Nexus 4 - 4.4.4 - API 19" might be called "Nexus 4 - 4.4.4 - API 19 New".

Setup Google Play Services

As of version 2.10, setting up Google Play Services on Genymotion is really straightforward. Once in the emulator, a new "Open GApps" widget will be available in your toolbar. Click it and it’ll do the rest. The "Open GApps" widget is available for every device running Android 4.4 or higher (whether new or already created, as long as Genymotion 2.10 is installed).

The Open GApps package implemented is the smallest one (i.e. "pico") as it fits most development and testing needs. If you need access to further Google Apps and Services, simply visit the Play Store and download them from there. If Google Play Services get updated, no need to click the widget again. Updates will be handled directly within your virtual device – just like a real device after all

Manual Installation

IMPORTANT NOTE: Since version 2.10 Genymotion includes native support for Google Play Services and Google Store. Just open the emulator and click in the "Open GApps" widget showed in the toolbar. More info in Genymotion's blog. If you are working with a previous version you can follow the next steps.

NOTE: These steps need to be followed only if you are using Genymotion < 2.10 and you want to be able to use Google services such as maps and push messaging on your Genymotion device. For basic testing, these steps can be safely skipped.

Check out this handy YouTube video for a guided step-by-step of enabling play services in Genymotion. You may want to use a newer version of these files based on the desired emulator as found below, Genymotion windows Archives.

  1. Download the opengapps.org image corresponding to your Android version, Genymotion windows Archives. Make sure to choose x86 and the nano instance.

  2. Drag and drop the zip file onto the running Genymotion emulator device Installing Google Apps APK

  3. When asked to flash the device, make sure to proceed with the installation.

  4. You must close and restart the emulator so that Google Play Store can be installed.

  5. After restart, open the "Play Store" app on your emulator and sign in with a google account.

  6. Make sure to update to the latest version of Google Play Services by opening the "Play Store" app and then the "Maps" app to verify play services is running correctly.

  7. If you are using Android 7.0 (API 24) or higher, make sure to install the Chrome app from the Play Store. The WebView browser that comes with API xlstat 2019 crack Archives and higher is not a fully feature compatible one.

  8. Download the ARM Translation Installer v1.1 and drag and drop the zip file onto the running Genymotion emulator device. The ARM emulator is only needed for apps that trigger a error. See this FAQ for more context.

    • Note: If you get message, you need to make sure there are no spaces in the filename. Remove any spaces from the name of your zip file before dragging to ensure the file is detected as flashable.

Note: If you see errors, be sure you installed the correct package above that matches the device version in the emulator. For example, if you install Samsung Galaxy S4 API 18 for Genymotion emulator and install Google Services APK for Android 4.3, Google Play should work without any issue. The important thing is to 123 Bulk Email Direct Sender 5.42 crack serial keygen the google play API version and Genymotion emulator device version.

Enable GPS on Emulator

Next, if you don't have the emulator started yet, be sure to boot the genymotion emulator from within the Android Studio plugin:

Emulator

Now we need to enable the GPS location on the emulator by manually selecting a location on the map:

Emulator

Troubleshooting

Can't run app on Genymotion emulator

If you are encountering issues with a Genymotion device not being detected inside Android Studio, try the following steps, Genymotion windows Archives. First, close all emulators and unplug any devices. Next, open up the Terminal application on your computer.

Open up the Genymotion application and open and then select "Custom SDK tools". Enter your SDK path into the text field: "/Users/[USERNAME]/Library/Android/sdk":

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Finally, go back to the terminal and run:

Keep running until you see a device show up in that list:

Connecting to Genymotion windows Archives sites

If you are trying to use a VPN client to connect to an internal web site, open VirtualBox and select the emulator image. Click on Settings and make sure is disabled.

Verify that is selected for NAT, Genymotion windows Archives, which will force connections to be routed through your machine.

That's it! Try running the app again.

Issuing Manually Setting Up Play Services

While installing play services, there are a variety of issues that can come up, refer to a few common ones below:

  • Received a message after dragging over the zip. You need to make sure there are no spaces in the filename. Remove any spaces from the name of your zip file before dragging to ensure the file is detected as flashable.

  • Received a message about files being added to the SD card If you are using a Mac, and get this message while dragging over the file to the emulator, make sure to configure your app security settings to allow all applications.

  • Seeing errors after flashing the emulator? If you see errors, be sure you installed the correct package above that matches the device version in the emulator, Genymotion windows Archives. For example, if you install Samsung Galaxy S4 API 18 for Genymotion emulator and install Google Services APK for Genymotion windows Archives 4.3, Google Play should work without any issue. The important thing is to match the google play API version and Genymotion emulator device version.

  • Try rebooting your system. If all else fails, may find in order for things to take hold properly that you need to install the ARM-translator, and then reboot your computer, Genymotion windows Archives, and after that, install the Gapps and then reboot a second time. This can sometimes fix issues that are otherwise unresolved.

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