AVD Emulator Skins of Popular Android Devices
If you are a developer working with emulators, you are probably tired of the same old styled skins. Now, XDA member JD82 presents a new series of Android devices skins for your emulator. Hero, Magic, Legend, Aria and Wildfire are the skins that can be found on developer’s thread on portrait and landscape and for several resolutions.
To install, just copy the skin folder in /platforms/android-x/skins/
Originally posted by JD82
[AVD] Emulator Skins of popular Android devices [56k Warning]
@moderators: since this skins are used by developers and they apply to the emulator and not to the OS, I thought it’s right to publish its here, in the Android Software Development forum.
Here is my latest creation: Emulator Skins of popular Android devices
As you may have noticed are missing all WVGA devices . This is because the skin would be higher than 1200 pixels, and my current monitor only goes to 1050 pixels 😛 (even on an HD monitor you can not see the full AVD window).
Soon you can download the compressed archives containing skins, in the meantime take a look at the screenshot
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