After following all the steps to install the Amazon AVD Manager on OS X, I get the follow error when I try to run it: rcg:AVDLauncherMacOSX $ ./amazonavd Exception in thread "main" java.lang.IllegalStateException: Path of current program does not exist on the filesystem. at com.amazon.kdt.avdcreator.sdk.DiscoveredAndroidSdkProvider.loadSdk(DiscoveredAndroidSdkProvider.java:24) at com.amazon.kdt.avdcreator.sdk.LazyAndroidSdkProvider.tryLoadSdk(LazyAndroidSdkProvider.java:46) at com.amazon.kdt.avdcreator.sdk.LazyAndroidSdkProvider.getSdk(LazyAndroidSdkProvider.java:30) at com.amazon.kdt.avdcreator.aosp.gui.AvdManagerWindow. (AvdManagerWindow.java:110) at com.amazon.kdt.sdkmanager.Main.launchGUI(Main.java:260) at com.amazon.kdt.sdkmanager.Main.run(Main.java:180) at com.amazon.kdt.sdkmanager.Main.main(Main.java:56) How can I get my emulator to launch? Thanks!
Hello realcasualgames, This problem is generally caused if folder path to the AVD launcher contains spaces. You would have one of two options to use our Kindle Fire Emulator issues as a workaround. Either you can change your folder structure such that it doesn't contain spaces in your development environment. Or you can also use our emulator images within the standard Android AVD manager provided by Google. You would just want to make sure if you do use the standard AVD manager that you set the "target" dropdown menu to the Kindle Fire device you are emulating as opposed to the API level that you are normally using in your emulator.