How to Use BlueStacks as an Android Studio Emulator

11 April 2022

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is lighter and faster than the Studio , so it is very suitable as an alternative .

As an developer, you are probably used to running your projects using an (AVD). To run AVD smoothly requires good PC/Laptop specifications. If your PC specifications are not good, using an AVD will feel very slow and annoying.

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BlueStacks is one of the most popular android emulators because it is light and fast. You can use as emulator of to run your project.

BlueStacks AVD

In this tutorial using:

How to connect BlueStacks to Android Studio

1. Enable Android Debug Bridge (ADB) in BlueStacks

To enable ADB you navigate to “ > Advanced ”. Then on the right panel on “Android Debug Bridge” turn it on by sliding the switch to the right. Then click the “Save changes” button to save the changes.

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adb bluestacks

2. Connect adb to BlueStacks

Before connecting, you must first note the ADB port used by BlueStacks.

adb port

In the example image, BlueStacks can be connected to ” 127.0.0.1:64264 “.

The port used will change every time you start BlueStacks.

Connect adb which is located in the directory ” C:\Users\ UserName \ AppData \Local\Android\ Sdk \platform-tools” or % LocalAppData %\Android\ sdk \platform-tools”.

Open () and navigate to that directory, then connect adb to BlueStacks with the command

adb connect 127.0.0.1:64264
adb connect

3.Use BlueStacks as AVD

Next you open the project you created in . In the device selection you will see a new device with the name “Samsung SM-G988N” according to the device name from BlueStacks.

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adb connect02

Then you can use BlueStacks as an emulator to run your project.

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