How to Create and Launch a Configuration

Creating a Launch Configuration

Launch configurations let you specify runtime options for running and debugging applications. Using a launch configuration you can specify the following:

1. The Project and Activity to launch
2. The emulator options to use
3. Input/output settings (including console defaults)
You can specify different launch configurations for Run and Debug modes. The following steps show how to create a launch configuration for an Android application:

1. Select Run ➪ Open Run Dialog (or Run ➪ Open Debug Dialog ).
2. Right-click Android Application on the project type list, and select New.
3. Enter a name for the configuration. You can create multiple configurations for each project, so create a descriptive title that will help you identify this particular setup.
4. Now choose your start-up options. The first (Android) tab lets you select the project and Activity that you want to start when you run (or debug) the application for the project you created earlier.
5. Use the Target tab to configure the emulator. There are options to choose the screen size, device skin, and network connection settings. You can also optionally wipe the user data on the emulator and enable or disable the start-up animation. Using the command-line textbox, you can specify additional emulator start-up options if needed.
6. Finally, set any additional properties in the Common tab.
7. Click Apply, and your launch configuration will be saved


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