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Running Multiple Emulator Instances

Through the AVDs configurations used by the emulator, you can run multiple instances of the emulator concurrently, each with its own AVD configuration and storage area for user data, SD card, and so on. You no longer need to use the -d option when launching the emulator, to point to an instance-specific storage area.

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