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Any decent Android emulators out there?

Hi. I just joined CNET. And I was wondering what available Android emulators will let me run any version of Android. I have already tried installing Andyroid and DroidX (Andyroid is asking for my credentials for something called "1clicksync", and DroidX is running modded versions of Android) and was not satisfied with the results. Give me any suggestions? No particular reason for installing the Android emulators other than to muck around with them.

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There's the defacto simulator that installs with

"Android Studio." Remember I won't duplicate the web about how choosing the x86 version runs faster or how Intel has other tweaks. It's the one I use.

How about what this video reviewer uses?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZRHFgzKGs0 covers some items but did you get an Android Google account? If not, you may as well stop till you do that.

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The defacto simulator

I might try Android Studio. And yes, I have an Android Google account.

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The defacto simulator - um, how do I run the emulator?

I did a fresh install of Android Studio. Now what? Where do I run the emulator?

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There's a lot on that subject.

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