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Best money I ever spent.
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Need to make my encryption class a native C lib. Java encryption is too slow, especially on older phones.
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I've been happily developing a new app for a few weeks using the latest iteration of android studio, Monday morning I started running my app as usual intending to run it on an AVD but I happened to have my phone plugged into my pc (I run linux on it) so I could charge it and I guess I thoughtlessly selected a running device rather than an AVD. After a half hour wondering what was going on I happened to light up my phone's screen and there was my app. After another few minutes wondering what was going on I realized studio was downloading and running the app (I put the phone in developer mode in anticipation of using it just so when I started developing.)

Great, but I still want to run the app in the emulator from time to time. Unfortunately, now, whenever I run the app the AVD refuses to materialize. I can see messages from the debugger that the app is running, but I no no longer get an AVD window with my app installed. I see nothing but the debugger messages that something is happening.

I've deleted and created a number of avds, no luck. If I use my phone USB connected to my pc its fine, the app downloads to the phone and starts its main activity. I also deleted the project and restored it from a back up that was pre-running device, but still no luck. That also leads me to believe its a studio-wide setting rather than some kind of per-project setting. I've searched google (and bing) in search of an answer but no luck.

Anyone know what's going on with this? I can continue my app development, but its just not as convenient as it used to be.

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