Monday, 13 November 2017

Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio

Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Many people who becomes an android developer but when they try to run their android emulator on android studio face problems as per PC configuration. Now I'm going show in what way  Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio. So let's go how to do it.
At first open Android  Studio go to  left-top corner file menu and click or press Ctrl+Alt+S. See the image bellow.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Now open a new window. If can't see the bellow interface please type "SDK" in search box. now can see the bellow interface then click "SDK Tools". After Clicking SDK tools find "Google USB Driver" in the list and click the check box then click apply then OK.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
After while click Apply and Ok will come an warning box click OK.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Now start download some component. When the necessary Component the finish button will be alive now click "Finish"
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Finally can see "Google USB Driver" with green tick now press apply and ok again.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Here is in new part for you. So minimize all application and right click on " My computer" here open a drop down menu click on " Manage" in the drop down menu.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Now Right click on Unknown Yellow mark Device then Click update driver software.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Here you have to click red mark box which is shown bellow image.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Now change the directory or path by clicking brows. example: C:\Users\Sham\AppData\Local\Android\sdk\extras\google\usb_driver. Then Click next.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Here is new part for you. Click here  and go to the link web and download your driver.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
So you’ve finally decided to root your phone and install a custom ROM, or maybe you want to sideload an app from your computer. Before you can jump into ADB commands and perform some software surgery on your phone, you have to enable the Developer options.Cleverly hidden away from the average user, enabling Developer options is incredibly easy to do if you know where to lookHere’s how to get there on a few popular devices:

Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
While enabling Developer Options is done in the same way for every Android phone or tablet, OEMs don’t always put the option in the same place. Navigate your phone to the “Build number” portion of the settings, which can be tucked away and buried in sub menus.

Stock Android: Settings > About phone > Build number
Samsung Galaxy S5: Settings > About device > Build number
LG G3: Settings > About phone > Software information > Build number
HTC One (M8): Settings > About > Software information > More > Build number

Once you’ve found the Build number section of the settings, tap on the section 7 times. After two taps, a small pop up notification should appear saying "you are now X steps away from being a developer" with a number that counts down with every additional tap.

Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Tap now can see the massage " You are now a developer"
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
To enable USB Debugging, you’ll need to jump into the Developer options menu, scroll down to the Debugging section, and toggle the “USB Debugging” slider.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Once upon a time, USB Debugging was thought to be a security risk if left on all the time. Google has done a few things that make that less of an issue now, because debugging requests have to be granted on the phone—when you plug the device into an unfamiliar PC, it will prompt you to allow USB debugging (as seen in the screenshot below)
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
If you still want to disable USB debugging and other developer options when you don’t need them, slide the switch at the top of the screen. Easy press.
Use Your Android Phone as Emulator on Android Studio
Developer Options are power settings for developers, but that doesn’t mean non-developer users can’t benefit from them as well. USB debugging is required for things like adb, which in turn is used for rooting devices. Once your device is rooted, the possibilities are endless.
Now Connect Your Android Phone with USB cable And Enjoy Emulator

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