I ran my application and I can’t get the sound working on the Android Emulator.
I checked and enabled the audio playback boolean in the
Eclipse AVD Manager.
I also went into the sound options in the Android Emulator and put them up (no sound while putting them up).
I checked the box that says all selections will make a noise(still no sound).
My application uses the
MediaPlayer class and I am running win7 x64 if that has anything to do with it.
Help is appreciated.
For OS X the Android Emulator uses the settings for “Sound Effects” so this is what I had to do to fix my issue:
- Click the Apple icon in the top left, then click on System Preferences
- Click on Sound
- Click on “Sound Effects”
- Set “Play sound effects through” to “Selected sound output device”
- Set the Alert volume almost at max.
Somehow this had changed to use my monitors instead.
in ubuntu 16.04 start emulator;go to ubuntu SystemSettings/Sound/Applications uncheck mute checkbox and set cursor at middle.
The solution on ubuntu 16.04 was going to System settings->Sound->Application tab
Then unmuting the Qemu-system… and increasing the volume
my apps working fine with sound suddenly it stop sound because of some code changed. all other app sound also stopped then i did below step now it is fine
go to android emulator
1.close the program
2.setting -> sound –>volumes ->increase sound value in music video games and other media
it will work
I had the same problem : in a terminal,
type pavucontrol (when emulator is running)
and another application using sound, that works, is running too (on pause).
Check if quemu-system and the other application use the same soundcard… In my case, this was the problem :quemu system was using a non working internal soundcard.
Try pressing F6. I had a hard time to figuring this out.