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Android Virtual Device Manager AVD Path

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Android Virtual Device Manager AVD Path

Postby dmtulsa » Mon Dec 12, 2011 6:32 pm

I've been searching for a couple days to solve this problem. I installed the Android SDK to D:\ androidSDK. The problem is the AVD's are saved to C:\users\username\.android. Each AVD is about 16gb in size and I have a SSD drive as my C:

Is there a way to move the .android or store the AVD's on a different drive? Just a couple AVD's eats up my entire drive. I've tried many things be none work.

Thank you
Doug
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