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According to the answer here from Stack Overflow: Temporary fix: append nomodeset xforcevesa at the end of the line containing kernel during boot time at the GRUB menu. During boot press E to edit. While on the line containing kernel press E again, append nomodeset xforcevesa at the end, press enter, then press B to boot. Permanent fix: read the answer here....


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I see an error with adb shell "su -c '<your command>'" su: invalid uid/gid '-c' The solution is on Linux adb shell su 0 '<your command>'


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Need to add emulator -"$ANDROID_INSTALLATION/Android/Sdk/emulator" to your $PATH variable. after adding the path variable you will need to restart the terminal session. and / or you can permanently add the path variable by editing the bashrc/profile file depending your distribution.


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