Using Android Studio To Help Your Android Device Testing
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00:13:06
10th December 2015
Description:

When launching a mobile application it is really important to test on real devices as well as emulators or simulators. There are some great, free Android tools that can help us test Android applications, which come as part of the Android Studio. In this set of mobile testing tools tips you can learn how to use Android Device Monitor and Android Debug Bridge in order to make your Android testing more effective.

In this lesson, Stephen Janaway looks at Android Studio and how it can cover a variety of potential testing uses:

  • Android Device Manager
  • Android Debug Bridge
  • SetUp a Device
  • Add and remove files from a device
  • Install Applications
  • Take Screenshots
  • Generate Information for a Bug Report
  • Backup and Restore
  • Reboot Device
  • Use Monkey for Stress Testing