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Adding a custom virtual device

If you cannot find the virtual device you need, you can select a customizable phone or tablet from the available ones:

  • Custom Phone - 4.1.1 - API level 16 - 768x1280;
  • Custom Phone - 4.2.2 - API level 17 - 768x1280;
  • Custom Phone - 4.3 - API level 18 - 768x1280;
  • Custom Phone - 4.4.4 - API level 19 - 768x1280;
  • Custom Phone - 5.0.0 - API level 21 - 768x1280;
  • Custom Phone - 5.1.0 - API level 22 - 768x1280;
  • Custom Phone - 6.0.0 - API level 23 - 768x1280;
  • Custom Phone - 7.0.0 - API level 24 - 768x1280;
  • Custom Phone - 7.1.0 - API level 25 - 768x1280;
  • Custom Tablet - 4.1.1 - API level 16 - 1536x2048;
  • Custom Tablet - 4.2.2 - API level 17 - 1536x2048;
  • Custom Tablet - 4.3 - API level 18 - 1536x2048;
  • Custom Tablet - 4.4.4 - API level 19 - 1536x2048;
  • Custom Tablet - 5.0.0 - API level 21 - 1536x2048;
  • Custom Tablet - 5.1.0 - API level 22 - 1536x2048;
  • Custom Tablet - 6.0.0 - API level 23 - 1536x2048;
  • Custom Tablet - 7.0.0 - API level 24 - 1536x2048;
  • Custom Tablet - 7.1.0 - API level 25 - 1536x2048.

Once you have deployed one of those virtual devices, you can edit the RAM, screen size and density from the Configuration menu by clicking "Configure" button.

For more information about configuring virtual devices, please refer to section Configuring a virtual device.