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The Setup Hot Restart window enabled you to deploy the application to a local iOS device. If you do not have a local iOS device, then change the target device from Local Device to an android emulator in the Visual Studio toolbar and try building again:




Visual Studio Mac Android Emulator Not Working



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Before you download Android Studio, first check the system requirements to see if your device can support this program. There are other emulators besides Android studio. Check the requirements of each one before downloading to have the most optimal experience.


I have same problem, and open two issues in github Android list is not working Issue #183 ionic-team/native-run GitHub and bug: npx native-run android --list is not working Issue #4673 ionic-team/capacitor GitHub


@jcesarmobile Was this issue solved? I encountered the same exact issue. I have capacitor/android - 3.1.1ionic 6.16.3, using visual studio on a Mac. I am able to use ionic cap open android, but not ionic cap run android.


Same issuei am unable to find my connected device.adb devices show my physical connected devicebut when i runnpx cap run androidIt only shows me emulators not my device.when i run npx native-run android --list 350c69d7ab


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