I had and have the same problem. For some time now, I have been using a workaround.
Have a look at the topic
There I explained my workaround, maybe it will help you.
thank you for this idea! I had seen your post before and tried it - unfortunately, my emulator never even opens once. So it doesn't seem to be the same problem :/
I am facing serious problems with development of apps for Pepper robot. I am using Android Studio version 4.2.2 - as higher versions have previously shown problems with the emulator.
On my old computer - an i-7 with the following processor specs:
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-10750H CPU @ 2.60GHz - the emulator is working.
Now I tried to install Android Studio (4.2.2) on 2 more computers. On both the complete IDE crashes, when starting the emulator. The processors here are as follows:
* 11th gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-11800H
* 11th gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-11850H
Is the Pepper plug-in not compatible with those (newer) processors? If they are compatible - can anyone give me any further advice on how to get the emulator to run?
Things that were checked / installed:
* Java 1.8
* C++ Packages as per installation guide
* Virtualization is active
* Pepper Plug In and Tools are installed
* Regular Android Emulator works fine
Thank you in advance!
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