EUCEUC: Advanced Integrations - 2019 Day 1 (Optional) Android emulator setup

(Optional) Android emulator setup


If you don’t have an android test device and you want to test the Device enrollment, android single sign on, and other android based labs, theres an emulator you can install in your laptop an follow along with the particular lab manual as you would do on a physical device. What follows is the installation instructions for the installation of such software.

If something goes wrong and you want to start again with a fresh device, instructions are included for redeploying the os image.

downloading the installer

  1. Go to
  2. in the middle of your screen click on Download Android Studio
  3. if the correct os version is not displaying click on download options and download the correct one


  1. Check the box next to I have read and agree with the above terms and conditions
  2. Click on Download android Studio for your platform
  3. Click on save file when prompted

Windows installation

  1. go to your downloads folder
  2. right click on your recently downloaded file and click on run as and administrator
  3. click on yes to allow the installer to make changes to your machine
  4. Click next on the welcome to android studio setup window

Make sure both Android studio and android virtual device are selected and click next

Select your installation location and click next

choose your start menu shortcut configuration and click install

on the installation complete window click next

In the completing Android Studio Setup window check the Start Android Studio checkbox and click finish

Mac os installation

mount and open your downloaded dmg image. Drag the Android studio icon into the Applications folder.

From your applications folder double click your Android Studio icon

Click on Open if you get a security prompt

in the Import android Studio settings From.. window select Do not import settings and click ok

on the Android Setup Wizard, in the Welcome window click Next. From this point on you can follow the initial configuration steps, plese ignore anything regarding the HAXM plugin as this has been already installed for you in the initial installation process.

Initial configuration

in the Data Sharing window click on Send usage statistics to Google


In the android Studio setup wizard, in the Welcome window click Next

In the Android Studio Setup Wizard  in the install type window

  1. Make sure Standard setup radio button is selected
  2. Click Next

Choose your preffered UI theme and click Next

On the verify Settings window click Finish

In the Downloading Components window click Finish

In the Welcome to android studio window click on start a new android project

In the choose your project window, choose add no activity and click Next

In the configure your project window leave the default settings and click Finish

Click on the AVD Manager icon on the toolbar

Click on Create Virtual Device

Select the Pixel 2 Image marked with Play Store access and click Next

in the release name column click Download next to Q

In the license agreement window select the radio button next to I agree and click Next

In the Installing Requested Components window Click Next when the progress bar shows DONE

In the Select a system image window click on Install Haxm

Click Yes to allow windows command processor to make changes to your device

Back in the Select a system image window Select Q and click Next

In the emulator settings window, Use the recommended memory settings and click Next

Give a name to your virtual device and click Finish

In your Android virtual device Manager window, in the actions column click on the "Play" icon to start the emulator

Your emulator is ready to use, if you need to restart your device you can hold the power icon to see the power options.


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