Android Device Emulator - Intel x86 Atom - Pointer Location UI Issue

Android Device Emulator - Intel x86 Atom - Pointer Location UI Issue

This is a feedback for Intel x86 Atom System Image for Android 4.0.3 (API 15) package:

There is an UI issue when 'Pointer Location' option is selected and a checkbox is selected or
unselected with mouse - a point is left. Please take a look at:

Settings -> Developer options -> Pointer location

A screenshot is enclosed:

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Sergey,I think this is done on purpose. The point left indicated the last click/touch you done. If you click/touch again on another location this point moves to the new location.You only see this behaviour if you have the "Pointer location" option selected. This is only useful for debugging/development.Alex

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Sergey,I think this is done on purpose. The point left indicated the last click/touch you done. If you click/touch again on another location this point moves to the new location.You only see this behaviour if you have the "Pointer location" option selected. This is only useful for debugging/development.Alex

Quoting Alexander Weggerle (Intel)This is only useful for debugging/development...

Does it mean that 'Intel x86 Atom' systemimage is a Debug version? Do you have a Release version ( smaller and faster )?

Quoting Sergey KostrovQuoting Alexander Weggerle (Intel)This is only useful for debugging/development...

Does it mean that 'Intel x86 Atom' systemimage is a Debug version? Do you have a Release version ( smaller and faster )?

Reiteration: The question is not answered. Please take a look and thank you in advance.

Best regards,
Sergey

Sergey,

there is only one type of image. But you were using the developer options... They are only useful for debugging/development.

Alex

Quoting Alexander Weggerle (Intel)...there is only one type of image. But you were using the developer options... They are only useful for debugging/development...
Thank you. This is what I wanted to understand.

Best regards,
Sergey

Where we can download the emulator for especific device for performance test?

Hi Maycon,

Quoting Maycon OliveiraWhere we can download the emulator for especific device for performance test?

Here is a list:

SDK Manager ( selectAndroid SDK tools & SDK Platform-tools) - Recommended way
Android Platform with system images for ARM or x86 CPUs has to be installed as well

or

source.android.com
androidxref.com/source/xref/external/qemu

www.qemu.org

Best regards,
Sergey

I also recommend to read these three articles:

The Android Emulator:http://developer.android.com/tools/help/emulator.html
Using the Android Emulator: http://developer.android.com/tools/devices/emulator.html
Managing Virtual Devices: http://developer.android.com/tools/devices/index.html

Quoting Maycon Oliveira
Where we can download the emulator for especific device for performance test?

It's not possible to make comparable performance tests on an emulator. There is also only one emulator and nothing device specific. So if you try to find out how a application will perform on a specific device, you need to have access to the real hardware.

The emulator is indeed very handy to look how the application behave at different resolutions or on different Android versions.

Alex

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