Solution 1 :
emulator -avd Pixel_2_64
Have to use the quotation marks or use the avd flag.
@ is used for argument splatting in PowerShell, hence the need for quoting; alternatively, you could have -escaped the @ (emulator @Pixel_2_64)
Solution 2 :
Try to open your emulator width :
emulator -avd <name>
If not working, I create a
.bat file on github for you : https://github.com/samuel3105/Android-AVD-windows.
You just have to launch the
.bat file, type
1 to show your emulator, and enter the name of your emulator.
Solution 3 :
You can try to wipe the data of the particular device.
Go to -> Android Studio -> Tools -> AVD Manager -> [Select the down triangle on your chosen device] -> Wipe data.
When I try to open emulator in Android studio. It gives me “unable to find adb” error also I tried to launch by cmd which is
cd C:UsersEFEDesktopsdktools emulator.exe
It gives me
emulator: ERROR: No AVD specified. Use '@foo' or '-avd foo' to launch a virtual device named 'foo'
I deleted my SDK Platform-Tools and reinstall it.
I don’t have Android files in
C:UsersUsernameAppDataLocalAndroidSdkplatform-tools to fix it.
In my case it is
C:UsersEFEAppDataLocalAndroid Open Source ProjectEmulator and it doesn’t have any platform-tools. I used the emulator yesterday perfectly. I think I played a game that has a protection program. I disabled the protection program but didn’t solve my problem.
Reinstall the android studio and flutter but still have the same problem. When I try to open emulator via AVD manager. It gives me “unable to locate adb” and trying to open emulator but just black screen.
Comment posted by Efe
I used “emulator -avd Pixel_2_API_29” and error is “PANIC: Missing emulator engine program for ‘x86’ CPU.”
Comment posted by Ashutosh Patole
can you try