When I run my app from AndroidStudio 0.4.3 using
Run I see
Choose Device which has two sections
choose a running device or
Launch Emulator. I don’t have a running emulator at the moment so I click the
... to launch AVD manager and start an emulator. At this point I see that under
choose a running device the emulator I just launched shows up but its listed as
In the past the
offline status went away when the emulator was fully up and running. However, now I’ve noticed that when the emulator is launched fully, it no longer appears in
choose a running device.
I feel like I’m always playing cat and mouse game with android studio picking up the emulator. Is there a better way to do this? Am I missing something?
Disable and then Enable ADB Integration
In Android Studio go to
- Menu -> Tools
- Enable ADB Integration (should be checked, click to remove check)
- Enable ADB Integration (should not be checked, click to add check)
Run your app again. Emulator that was previously missing from Run dialog should be available to be selected upon which to run your app.
Try to kill the adb server and restart it.
Locate your adb binary (linux/osx) or adb.exe (windows) and do:
adb kill-server adb start-server
this should fix your problem
Even if your problem still not solved then Restart emulator.
On Windows, running Android Studio with administrator permissions can help (in addition to restarting adb server).
Unchecking the “Enable ADB ” worked for me