[conspire] Wondering if Debian has any emulator for Android applications?
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Mon Jan 13 11:43:47 PST 2020
The Android Emulator is included with Android Studio.
SDK Tools release notes
Android SDK Tools is a component for the Android SDK. It includes the
complete set of development and debugging tools for Android. It is included
with Android Studio.
You can download Android Studio for all operating systems here:
While most Linux distributions will package some utilities for
communication with android devices - android-tools in the case of fedora
provides fastboot and adb - the android SDK comes directly from google and
does include an emulator.
On Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 10:40 AM Peter Knaggs <peter.knaggs at gmail.com>
> I was wondering does Debian have any emulator that could run an Android
> application such as Facebook's "WhatsApp" messenger?
> I guess this might sound like a strange question, but given that I won't
> be buying any smartphone, but I do have internet access, I was wondering if
> emulation was a possibility.
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