I have a Docker image that runs Appium server and Android Emulator. I am totally able to run a container based on that image in my computer (it requires the –privileged flag for that). I am also able to run automated tests in the emulator without any issues. Now, I would like to run the ..
Im currently using the docker android container to simulate the emulator and appium. Specifically, Im running this container with the code: docker run –privileged -d -p 6080:6080 -p 5554:5554 -p 5555:5555 -p 4723:4723 -e DEVICE="Samsung Galaxy S6" -e APPIUM=true –name android-container budtmo/docker-android-x86-8.1 This allows me to run tests with: # Android environment import unittest from ..
I need to build a container in Docker and set up an android emulator, but I’d like to use the official android images distributed through the https://ci.android.com and access this emulator remotely. Is there any tutorial for me to learn and perform the procedures in Windows 10 ? Source: Docker..
I am trying to connect Memu emulator to adb which is in docker container. Host machine – Windows 10 Docker container – Ubuntu 18.04.1 Android emulator rises on port 21503, I try to connect to it, but everything is unsuccessful adb screen on host machine Docker run flags : –privileged -d -p 810:80 -p 21503:21503 ..
I’m looking for the easiest way to run an apk file within an Android emulator, the whole process under Docker. I’ve tried "budtmo/docker-android-x" images but it seems complicated to me or overkill for my need. I’ve never succeed to launch my apk. What I need is : launch an emulator with custom proxy settings in ..
For docker to run on a windows 10 machine, Hyper-V has to be turned on. However with Hyper-V on, running an android emulator crashes the machine always with the blue screen. Is it not possible to run both an emulator and docker on windows 10? Source: Docker..
I installed docker desktop on mac machine and followed the below steps, Pulled the appium/appium-emulator image for docker hub ran a instance of docker container using the command docker run –name appiumEmulator -d appium/appium-emulator Then configured the program with the Appium URL – https://172.17.0.2:4723/wd/hub. IP was found by inspecting the image and port number was ..
Im trying to run android emulator on docker but I get the following error, I have done some research but none of the answers helped me in achieving my goal, here is the error that I get and my docker file, I have tried armeabi and system-images;android-29;google_apis;x86 and both did not work. # emulator -avd ..
I’m using a VNC client (Remmina) to connect to an Android Emulator running in a Docker container, and it worked with APIs from 19 to 27, but 28 errors when using with the VNC option (but works without VNC): qemu-system-x86_64: VNC supports only guest GPU, add “-gpu guest” option My environment: myrepo/app-tools:android-dev-1.0.2 FROM ubuntu:18.04 ENV ..
I’m trying to make changes to the framework code in an Android x86 emulator. I’m using the following docker image: https://github.com/budtmo/docker-android (docker-android-x86-8.0) and it’s Nexus 5 emulator skin. The build.id of the following emulator is OSR1.180418.007 and the build.product is generic_x86. My main course of action was, Download the AOSP source code. Make the relevant ..