In this page, we will describe how Monaca Debugger works on AVD (Android Virtual Device) called Android Emulator. With this, you can simulate Android apps on a PC. Moreover, it is useful when you want to test your apps on more than one Android device.
Click on AVD Manager. Then,
Android Virtual Device Manager dialog
Click + Create Virtual Device.
Select an Android device and click Next.
Select a system image (you may need to download it first) and click Next.
Make the virtual device’s configurations. Select Show Advanced Settings for other settings such as Memory and Storage, Device Frame and Keyboard.
After completing the configurations, click Finish.
AVD Manager and launch the virtual device.
From your virtual device, open a browser and go to the download link you created in Step 2 to download custom Monaca Debugger for Android.
After the download is completed, click on the downloaded file to start installing the debugger.
Follow the installation wizard.
Once the installation is completed, you can find Monaca Debugger in your apps page.
Open Monaca Debugger and sign in with your Monaca account.
Click on a project you want to run in Monaca Debugger.
Now, your project is running. You can start testing your project. Please refer to Functionalities and Usage on what you can do with Monaca Debugger in order to help enhancing your app development processes.