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Simulate my code

 
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I'am searching for a way to simulate my code on all other devices which are higher or lower than my device. How to do that?
 
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The emulator that comes with the SDK lets you test with different hardware/software characteristics; that is often sufficient and should be your first approach: https://developer.android.com/studio/run/emulator-commandline.html
 
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unfortunately, I 'am working on AIDE. is there anyway?
 
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You want to simulate Android on Android? I'm not aware of any solution for that.
 
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Maybe there is a web emulator, Do you have any idea about it?
 
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No. Emulation needs lots of memory and CPU power - that's still a bit beyond mobile devices. Nor do I really see the necessity - AIDE enables development on an Android device, but it's not a full development solution. That's what the Android SDK and AndroidStudio are for.
 
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