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Android Studio DDMS tools not showing anything

Posted on 2016-11-08
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For some reason whenever I pull up DDMS on android studio tools such as file explorer don't show anything, even when I have an emulator running ( it does recognize the device however )
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Question by:Mateusz Zielinski
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by:Chris Harte
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Have you tried selecting the emulator in the devices tab?
Select the file explorer tab then click on emulator-5554 in the devices tab and the file tree should appear in the explorer window. The device is not highlighted in the posted image which is why I have mentioned it.
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by:Mateusz Zielinski
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If by that you mean clicking on it then yes. Unless there is some other way of selecting the device that I do not know about.
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This problem does seem to be a local setup issue rather than a problem with Android Studio. Other than starting studio as Administrator all I can suggest is reinstalling.
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No feedback from the OP
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