How to delete Unused Emulators From Android Studio ?

Hello folks how are you all,So today I will discuss about How to delete Unused Emulators From Android Studio ?

It’s an important topic which most people who uses android studio with low configure PC faces,so as you all know android studio ide uses more space and some people are not fortunate enough to buy best configured laptop or PC, so that they cannot afford those disk space which android studio normally takes but hey don’t worry nothing can stops you from programming neither can your low config PC.

So today I will tell you how to free up disk space by deleting unused emulators .

So here is the step by step method by which you can delete emulator ,and i can assure you that it’s the most easiest method yo will ever come across.

Step-1:

Go to Tools->Android->AVD Manager as shown on the screenshot below:

How to delete Unused Emulators From Android Studio Step 1

Step-2:

As you seen below there are two emulator and I need neither of them

How to delete Unused Emulators From Android Studio Step 2

and look at those size on disc column in the table which shows how many GB those emulators are eating ,now I have to select on the arrow and select delete option to delete those two emulator:

Here is the screenshot:

How to delete Unused Emulators From Android Studio Step 3

So this way you can delete Unused Emulators From Android Studio to free up your disc space

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