System requirements for Android Studio on Windows
Your computer must meet the following requirements for Android Studio to work effectively: 64-bit Microsoft Windows 8/10/11. minimum screen resolution 1280 x 800. Processor architecture x86_64; Newer 2nd generation Intel Core processor; or amd cpu boost with hypervisor.
The Amazon App Store and currently Windows Subsystem Settings for Android will appear on the Windows 11 Start menu, be searchable, and offer a catalog of Android apps. Amazon Appstore for Windows (required to run Android apps on Windows 11) is available in select regions.
Install Android Studio. Download Android Platform Studio from the link we shared in the previous steps.
The file will become larger and may take some time to load.
Simply run the electronically provided EXE file.
In any case, leave the options provided by default.
Accept Harmony’s terms by clicking “Accept”.
Visit the Android developer site.
Download the Windows SDK Platform Tools from the website.
Scroll down and select “Terms”, currently check “I have read and accept the above terms in addition to the terms” and select “Download Windows SDK platform tools”.
Extract the downloaded file that helps each location.
64-bit distribution capable of running 32-bit applications
3 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB RAM recommended; plus 1 GB for your current android emulator
For accelerated emulator: Intel® CPU with Intel® VT-x, Intel® EM64T (Intel® 64) and Execute Disable (XD) bit support or AMD product with AMD Virtualization™ (AMD-V™) support
Setting up the AndroidRequirements development environment. Android Studio requires fairly powerful development hardware to run well: a fast processor, lots of RAM, and a solid state drive are highly recommended.
Does my CPU system have an accelerated emulator.
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