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Using Emulator Skins

You can run the emulator with any of four default skins, as described in the table below. To specify a skin, use -skin <skinID> when starting the emulator.

For example:

emulator -skin HVGA-L

Note that you must enter the <skinID> in uppercase letters (if your development computer is case-sensitive).

skinID Description Skin
HVGA-L 480x320, landscape
HVGA-P 320x480, portrait (default)
QVGA-L 320x240, landscape
QVGA-P 240x320, portrait
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