I hope this helps . In the 1st place, you may want to try the constraint layout introduced by android as part of android material design which is aimed at avoiding all the overhead of nesting views. In constraint layout views can be dragged and drooped and they can be assigned margins in the multiples of 8. It is highly suggested to use constraint layouts as opposed to the old nesting of layouts.
I wish this helpful for you Its in Loading.. You have to wait for loading to complete. If still your emulator is not starting than edit your emulator configuration by uncheck Use Host Gpu For more check Can't start emulator for Android Studio
Android not centering TextView's text vertically on device/emulator (but fine though in Android Studio's designer view)
private static final int AT_MOST_UNSPECIFIED = MeasureSpec.makeMeasureSpec((1<<30)-1, MeasureSpec.AT_MOST);
protected void onMeasure(int widthSpec, int heightSpec)
// RelativeLayout has bugs when measured in UNSPECIFIED height mode that were supposedly
// fixed in API 18. However the 'fix' does breaks gravity == center_vertical in TextView.
if (MeasureSpec.getMode(heightSpec) == MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED) heightSpec = AT_MOST_UNSPECIFIED;
Android Studio Emulator does not show text as expected
I hope this helps you . You are having cpp subfolder under your app directory. Check the logic of files contained in cpp folder. I'm sure the string shown in emulator is set from cpp folder and not java folder.
Error during copy and paste text from pc to Android Studio emulator
I hope this helps . I confirm issue. There is a bug report about this on issuetracker. I confirm solution of toggling switch "Enable clipboard sharing" in emulator -> three dots -> settings. If you disable and re-enable switch, clipboard sharing works again.
I am using Android studio I want to write local text file via emulator