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android – Emulator: emulator: WARNING: UpdateCheck: Failure: Error

Posted by: admin June 15, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

I was able to run the my AVD shown below successfully.
avd

However after a couple of API updates and update of the Android Studio to 3.0, I’m unable to run the AVD successfully again. Keep getting the error below:
avd error

My AVD is also super slow and i am running a windows PC with 8GB RAM.

Below is the details of my avd.

Name: Pixel_API_25

CPU/ABI: Google APIs Intel Atom (x86)

Path: C:\Users\Blah\.android\avd\Pixel_API_25.avd

Target: google_apis [Google APIs] (API level 25)

Skin: pixel

SD Card: 100 MiB

hw.dPad: no

hw.lcd.height: 1920

runtime.network.speed: full

hw.accelerometer: yes

hw.device.name: pixel

vm.heapSize: 256

skin.dynamic: yes

hw.device.manufacturer: Google

hw.lcd.width: 1080

hw.gps: yes

hw.initialOrientation: Portrait

image.androidVersion.api: 25

hw.audioInput: yes

image.sysdir.1: system-images\android-25\google_apis\x86\

tag.id: google_apis

showDeviceFrame: yes

hw.camera.back: emulated

hw.mainKeys: no

AvdId: Pixel_API_25

hw.camera.front: emulated

hw.lcd.density: 480

avd.ini.displayname: Pixel API 25

hw.gpu.mode: auto

hw.device.hash2: MD5:524882cfa9f421413193056700a29392

hw.ramSize: 1024

hw.trackBall: no

PlayStore.enabled: false

fastboot.forceColdBoot: no

hw.battery: yes

hw.cpu.ncore: 2

hw.sdCard: no

tag.display: Google APIs

runtime.network.latency: none

hw.keyboard: yes

hw.sensors.proximity: yes

disk.dataPartition.size: 800M

hw.sensors.orientation: yes

avd.ini.encoding: UTF-8

hw.gpu.enabled: yes

Please help.

How to&Answers:

You should uninstall the HAXM and reinstall it, make sure to allocate at least 2 GB of ram to it. and when you create your emulated device give it less then you gave to the HAXM i’d say 1 GB that should speed things up . but i wold suggest you more RAM 8 GB is low. My system is using 10 GB with Google Chrome, Android Studio and emulator open. When going to a new version you should also go to File > Invalidate Caches / Restart

Answer:

I had the same problem with Android studio 3.0.1, tried to follow above but didn’t work.

Strangely changing the Target from “Open Select Deployment Target Dialog” to “Emulator” in “Run/Debug Configurations” fixed this problem.

Test app has been installed. After successful installation, I have reverted back the Target still works.

Answer:

May be your h/w acceleration is disabled. You should try enabling h/w acceleration through BIOS. This might help with slow speed.

Answer:

Make sure you have a stabile internet connection with your preferred Proxy settings. My corporate proxy settings caused this error.

Answer:

Wiping data for your virtual device might also do the trick (Wipe data from Actions dropdown).

Answer:

Cleaning Android Studio Project and Restarting the Emulator helped me.