The Emulator Process for AVD was Killed Windows 7,8.1,10 Error Solution

Yesterday when I’m trying to make AVD(Android Virtual Device) of latest version of Android 11 and Android 10 in android studio 4.1.2 then I had seen a problem the every time when I created a AVD it will automatically stopped or you can say it’s process was killed every time. So the question raised in my mind “Why it’s happing what should I do to remove this error known as The Emulator Process for AVD was Killed Windows 7, 8.1, 10 “. So after researching a lot on internet finally I found a 100% working solution for this problem so many android app developer like me dose solve this error. So let’s get started 🙂 .

Note:- Intel HAXM Installed is installed on my computer and Virtualization is on. I have a dedicated graphics card of 2 GB installed in my computer.

Error Screenshot:-

The Emulator Process for AVD was Killed
Contents in this project The Emulator Process for AVD was Killed Windows 7,8.1,10 Error Solution:-

1. The first step is to Start your Android Studio.

2. Click on Configure -> SDK Manager.

3. Now on the next window Select Android SDK -> SDK Tools -> Select Android SDK Build Tools to update, CMake to update and Intel X86 Emulator Accelerator( HAXM Installed ) to update to latest version and click on Apply to update them manually.

4. Now it will ask you to confirm the updates to download. Click on OK to start downloading the updates.

Here you go friends, Now wait for few minutes until its get updated. After successfully update just restart your computer and you are ready to go. Now we can make AVD on latest Android 11 easily and it will run smoothly without any error. See the below screenshot of my AVD.

The Emulator Process for AVD was Killed

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