Google Offers Improved Emulator to Android Developers
Apr 9, 2012, 1:55 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Google today made a new version of the emulator used to help develop Android applications available. According to Google, the new emulator is faster, adds GPU support, lets developers use a tethered Android device to activate more hardware controls, and offers better performance across a range of CPUs. Google believes that these additions, along with the emulator's recent support for x86 architecture and OpenGL ES 2.0, means the emulator is a much more robust tool for developers to use when writing and testing Android applications.
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