A quick peek at hardware-accelerated Android* emulation, using Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager (Intel® HAXM)A look at the advantages of using Intel(R) HAXM for Android Emulation. HAXM speeds up Android app emulation on a host development machine and is available as a feature of Intel(R) INDE or as a standalone release.
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