I'm near frustration. I'm trying to get my react native app to run for hours. all tutorials I find, are skipping the part of Android Virtual devices not starting properly.
I have my react package via node and expo.
HOME and JAVA variables are set. VT-X is enabled. Android Studio is up to date. Whenever I start the Android Virtual Device (set up as Pixel 2) the Android device keeps presenting the Animated Google Logo, but doesn't start.
When I try to start the Android Device via Expo localhost I get an error about USB debugging, which I don't want.
Couldn't start project on Android: Error running adb: No Android device found. Please connect a device and follow the instructions here to enable USB debugging: https://developer.android.com/studio/run/device.html#developer-device-options. If you are using Genymotion go to Settings -> ADB, select "Use custom Android SDK tools", and point it at your Android SDK directory.
Error occurred because the current
emulator are not connected.
Did you set up the
Genymotion as described in the error?
If you hadn't, go to Settings -> ADB, select "Use custom Android SDK tools" ->
and point it at your Android SDK directory.
Run emulator, click
developer options, enable
USB debugging and enable
Wi-Fi to Cellular.
Genymotion Shell and type
devices list to find the IP address of the device.
Open the terminal and enter
adb connect deviceIp:5555. Make sure the connection to
adb device is correct. Enter
adb usb and
adb tcpip 5555.