Detecting plagiarism made easy.
Score: 0.7510308623313904; Reported for: String similarity
Open both answers
Present in both answers;
Present only in the new answer;
Present only in the old answer;
**Below mentioned are the possible reasons and the solutions:**
- Close the current runing emulator.
- Disable instant run from ( Settings> Instant Run )
- Re-Open your emulator Again
- Check adb status ( adb devices )
- If still showing (emulator-555 offline ) try ( adb kill-server)
- Finally, Reconnect Server ( adb reconnect )
If still problem exists please check following guidelines
**Drivers not installed :**
If the Android Physical device is not a google/Nexus product than you have to download the OEM drivers of the particular model.
**HAXM not installed properly :**
Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager must have not installed properly on your computer. Try re-installing it directly from the options available in your SDK.
**No proper Path :**
Sometimes though the files are available in the local system, The Android Studio is not guided with the accurate path name to reach the file.
Please try the instructions provided here: http://developer.android.com/tools/extras/oem-usb.html
Or else first you can manually **add the vid and pid of device to `<your SDK folder>\extras\google\usb_driver android_winusb.inf`** file as it is present for other Google devices. To find it, just go to Device Manager → Properties of Device → Details → Hardware Ids and then you can upgrade the driver as mentioned in the above link.
I am telling this because if you open android_winusb.inf you might find
;Google Nexus (generic) %SingleBootLoaderInterface% = USB_Install,
USB\VID_18D1&PID_4EE0 %CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install,
which helps to detect any Google Nexus device. Similarly, you need to replicate for your device in that file. Example
;One plus %SingleBootLoaderInterface% = USB_Install,
USB\**user device hardware ids** %CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install,
USB\**user device hardware ids**