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Graphical Interface

This chapter presents the web interface of that can be accessed from https://cloud.geny.io

Profile

You can access your account details by clicking and Edit:

Edit account details

Account profile

Avatar

We use the Gravatar service for your profile picture. This service, used by many websites, allows you to define an avatar once and have it automatically displayed on all websites using it.

To set up your avatar, simply click Create your own Gravatar, create an account and follow the instructions. Your picture will then automatically be displayed on Genymotion SaaS.

Name

Your first and last name are only used within Genymotion SaaS and emails to identify your virtual devices, ease accounts management and call you by your name.

Change Password

You can change your password here. These fields are not required to change your name nor avatar.

Virtual devices

This page lists the virtual devices currently running in Genymotion SaaS:

Virtual devices

You can view which user has an active virtual device, the virtual device name, the person who shared the virtual device, the creation date and time of the virtual device. You can also sort this information by clicking on each column titles.

The view can be customized by clicking . You can also choose to show all your organization devices or only yours in the Manager settings section:

Customize view

When the Refresh button is highlighted, new data is available. Click Refresh button highlighted to update.

From here, you can also perform the following actions for the organization virtual devices:

  • Display
  • Stop
  • Save recipe
  • Message owner

either by selecting one or more devices using the checkboxes:

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or by clicking / / / on the desired virtual device.

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Devices life-cycle

A virtual device can have the following statuses:

Creating

Genymotion is configuring a new virtual device based on the chosen recipe.

Starting

The virtual device is starting.

Booting

Android is booting on the virtual device.

Online

The virtual device is running and ready to use.

Saving

Genymotion is saving the virtual device configuration as a recipe.

Saved

The recipe has just been saved, the virtual device will stop soon.

Stopping

The virtual device is stopping.

Offline

The virtual device is now stopped.

Recycled

The virtual has been automatically shut down according to your settings.

Expired

The virtual device has been stopped because your license has expired.

Revoked

The virtual device has been stopped due to a problem with your subscription.

Error

The virtual device has stopped unexpectedly.

Start

You can also quick start a new virtual device by clicking Start button

Recipes

Recipes are a combination of hardware profiles and images. You can view the different types of recipes from this page:

Recipes page

By default, both official and custom recipes are displayed. To filter the view, click the drop-down list button:

Drop down button

and select:

  • All Recipes to display all the recipes (default)
  • Official Recipes to display the official (template) recipes
  • Custom Recipes to display your own and shared custom recipes

Tip

You can also use the Search bar in the upper-right hand corner to find a specific recipe by its name or UUID.

Start a virtual device

To start a virtual device from a recipe, click start on the desired recipe card:

Start recipe

Create a custom recipe

See Create and manage custom components

Hardware profiles

Hardware profiles define a virtual device hardware specifications, such as vCPUs, RAM and Disk size. Navigate to Recipes > Hardware profiles to display the official and/or custom hardware profiles:

Hardware profiles

You can use the drop-down list button to filter the view:

Hardware profiles filter

and select:

  • All Hardware profiles to display both the official and custom profiles (default)
  • Official Hardware profiles to display the official profiles only
  • Custom Hardware profiles to display your custom profiles only

Tip

You can also use the Search bar in the upper-right hand corner to find a specific hardware profile by its name.

Create custom hardware profiles

See Create and manage custom components

Images

Images are virtual devices Android OS disk images. Currently available official images are:

Android 11.0 Android 10.0
Android 9.0 (Pie) Android 8.1 (Oreo)
Android 8.0 (Oreo) Android 7.1.0 (Nougat)
Android 7.0.0 (Nougat) Android 6.0.0 (Marshmallow)
Android 5.1.0 (Lollipop) Android 5.0.0 (Lollipop)

Note

Only x86 (32bit) images are available for the moment.

Navigate to Recipes > Images to display the official and/or custom images:

Images page

You can use the drop-down list button to filter the view:

Images filter

and select:

  • All images to display both the official and custom images (default)
  • Official Images to display the official images only
  • Custom Images to display your custom images only

Tip

You can also use the Search bar in the upper-right hand corner to find a specific image.

Create custom images

See Create and manage custom components

Documentation

This menu links to this documentation.

API reference & SDK

This menu links to Genymotion Public HTTP API reference and SDK.

Support

If you encounter any problems while using Genymotion SaaS, you can reach our help center by clicking on this menu or use the support widget on the bottom of the page and enter your problem description.

You can also Contact us and attach a file to your request (it must not exceed 20MB). Our support team will do their best to solve your issue as quickly as possible.

Tip

Please write in English so that we can process your request faster.

Administration

This section is only available for the manager of the organization.

Status

This section displays the current status of Genymotion SaaS services. Detailed status can also be found at https://status.genymotion.com

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