APK installation failed in Visual Studio for android emulator
Actually right now I faced to this error this computer does not support the windows phone emulator which requires the 64-bit edition of windows 8. Best Regards, Jiayi Li Jiayi Li on Thu, 11 Jun 2015 09:38:49 Hi Mans, Installing the Windows 10 dev tools will offer the option to add the visual studio emulator for android during setup. We are just getting started, there is a lot more to come in subsequent releases and you can help us prioritize new sensor simulation and other capabilities by letting us know your thoughts in the comments below. Besides, it is not so much an issue of Hyper-V as it is of what Visual Studio is doing. While an emulator can help you with correctness issues, it will never perfectly emulate the performance characteristics of your code running on the actual devices that you want to test against. Opening or creating a Xamarin Android project shows the created virtual device into the device list: And everything should work as expected.
This topic contains the following sections. It seems that hyper-v bundled with windows 10 doesn't require any special group to run, create, manage and remove vm's, switches, etc. In the end there seems to have been three problems. For more information about enabling Hyper-V including techniques for enabling Hyper-V using the Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool , see. With all three of those choices, when you start debugging, you must first choose a target.
I manually uninstalled the shells and was able to get the emulator to install. You can even enter a transition interval in seconds. If any of these limitations are an issue for an app you are developing, then the workaround is to use a device or find another emulator that may not have the limitation. Following is a collection of individual package failures that led to the incomplete workloads and components above. That's why I am looking for a 'faster' emulator.
To do this, open Event Viewer Start key+ R, then type eventvwr and then select Windows Logs, System. To capture the logs, please go to and follow the steps in the Install Instructions section. Exit code 2220 same error and there is no Hyper-V Administrators group on my machine. Best Regards, Jiayi Li Måns Tånneryd on Sun, 21 Jun 2015 13:07:56 I finally got this working. Then filter the log by event source, setting the source to Hyper-V-Hypervisor. If anything, using the emulator should be faster than using a device so you can test your scenarios faster remember, you are not using emulators to test the performance of our code, you just need them to be as fast as possible for your own use. Wave goodbye to time spent endlessly staring at the Android boot logo.
Tried these solutions: also i tried to recreate InitialStore. I'm having the same problem. And I suggest you could share me screenshot about your issue, you could upload it to OneDrive and share a link here. Is there any idea when a fix will be released for this? To do this, create or edit the file C:Users. This can be beneficial to other community members reading this thread. This forum is designed more for general questions around Windows Server Hyper-V, not Windows 10 Hyper-V.
November 12th, 2014 This post was updated in July 2015 to reflect the latest changes. So emulators are great and can be a key part in the edit-compile-debug cycle and we want to make sure that our emulator is best-in-class. Please install it and try again. To use the Android emulator you have to boot your system with Hyper-V off. I get the feeling that my uninstalls do not succeed completely leading to failure when trying to reinstall things. The android emulator stuff was selected but greyed out.
Devices in the market have a diverse set of Android versions, screen sizes, and other hardware properties, making app testing an expensive headache. Emulator starts slowly, fails to start due to a timeout, or app deployment fails Under certain conditions, the emulator takes several minutes to start or fails to start due to a timeout. Emulator fails to start If the emulator was working previously, but does not work now, go through the following tasks. In short, we will address all of those pain points with the Visual Studio Emulator for Android. Not all applications handle upgrades gracefully.
This however seemed to be because of virtual switch problems on the WiFi adapter that is now disabled. Viewing Device Manager logs Often you can diagnose emulator problems by viewing the Device Manager logs. I can create and run 32 and 64 bit vm's. I don't know if it ever will. . Deployment issues on Windows Some error messages may be displayed by the emulator when you deploy your app.
Press the indicated key to disable Credential Guard as prompted. Cannot attach debugger to a Xamarin project If you are running Windows 10 with Intel Skylake processors, Xamarin apps might fail to run in the emulator or the Visual Studio debugger might not attach to them. It seems there may be multiple underlying issues that are contributing. Office 365, Azure, Windows Live, sign in with Windows , that same account will work here. Still stupid that the emulator must go to C:.
Disabling Device Guard Device Guard and Credential Guard can prevent Hyper-V from being disabled on Windows machines. Emulator fails to run app that uses Google Play Services The emulator does not ship with the libraries for Google Play Services. Windows Server 2012 is supported, but you must enable Desktop Experience. Miguel Miguel de Icaza, Distinguished Engineer, Mobile Developer Tools Miguel is a Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft, focused on the mobile platform and creating delightful developer tools. I pasted this in another tab and noticed it started downloading so I guess pre-selecting the agreement work. During installation I could also see that the emulator was being installed but unfortunatly, in the end, there was no menu alternative to select so somehow the installation failed anyway. Hardware acceleration not available If Hyper-V is available, a message like the following example will be returned from the emulator-check.