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Faced this issue on Mac: I have tried different solution, But below works for me - Uninstall "Vysor" plugin if you have installed for Chrome Under Home folder > find .Android folder and move to trash Goto, Android sdk > delete/move to trash platform-tools folder Again install/download from Android SDK Manager Open terminal - adb kill-server adb start-...


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While there are literally thousands of combinations of Android Devices/OS Versions, there's a few that stand out as leaders. Determine what Devices/OS's are most popular. This information is available online. Determine your threshold for testing coverage. ( Example; Only devices with a market share greater than 25%) Also, make sure to look into any popular ...


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Are you using Vysor? You may have installed it as a Chrome plugin. Please uninstall it because it also uses the Android SDK


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Certainly there are differences between version but of course it depends on what specific version you compare. As for seeing most traffic under 1 version, this may be a side-effect of most recent versions using the evergreen approach to constantly update to the latest versions. See http://stackoverflow.com/q/14555389/631619 My current Ubuntu Chrome ...


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A random person on StackExchange can't know whether you can safely test your site against only one version of Chrome for all Android versions. You need to consider who your users are, what happens if the the site breaks on a different Chrome versions, and whether the downside is worth the additional testing effort.


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Simplest way to install any app on emulator: Drag and drop your .apk file on your emulator. It will install and restart emulator itself Your app will be ready to use !


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If you are using Genymotion, go into Settings>> ADB, and instead of letting Genymotion use its custom adb, directly point it to android sdk on your system. ALso besides genymotion, there are other applications that use adb that would cause this conflict problem. You will have to check your app list.


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Appium Java-client provides mechanism to Send a key event to the device. Please check the here for more details. So for latest appium java client, below code should work. driver.pressKeyCode(AndroidKeyCode.MENU);


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The simplest working solution is to use the KEYCODE KeyEvent: adb shell input keyevent <KEYCODE_MENU> Help - Android keycode


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@Brenda - Its really not convincing saying I'm not willing to accept answer from Samsung & Moto. Could we use any hardware with our computer, without using its drivers? [software required to interact with hardware] Everyone knows answer, Right! Its similar to your scenario, when device is not supporting any particular language that simply means ...



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