Android emulator boots, but shows black screen thereafter.
adb shell works, connecting to the emulated device and giving root access etc without an issue. I've googled everything I can think of, and tried all sorts of stuff. If you have a suggestion I haven't tried, I'd love to hear it.
Things I've tried:
- Delete and reinstall Android studio (basicly,
find $HOME | grep -i "android" | xargs rm -rf, though manually so as not to kill my projects)
- X86, X86_64, and "armeabi-v7a" ABI's
- Turn on/off using host GPU support/emulation
- Changing memory amount (1.5, 2, 4GB)
- Different API levels (21, 25, 26)
- Rotate device's virtual screen to force a redraw
- Remove hardware from virtual device (camera)
- Creating fresh, brand-new flutter app to run on it.
- (app doesn't run.
- claims device is "offline" when I try to run it, despite having shell access and connecting with adb just fine)
- Swearing a lot.
- Phoning a friend.
Hardware I'm running on:
AMD FX(tm)-8350 Eight-Core Processor 32GB RAM NVIDIA Corporation GP104 [GeForce GTX 1070] (rev a1) Linux herb 4.15.0-42-generic #45~16.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Mon Nov 19 13:02:27 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux Xfce4 (I hate gnome & kde and it's stupid useless eyecandy & bloat) ZFS file system (2TB capacity 653GB w/ 256G Flash drive configured as cache/zlog)
Emulator DOES show the boot screen, either B&W "Android" or fancier google logo depending on the API level. After a few minutes, it goes to a black screen, and refuses to show anything else unless I cold boot it again.
HAXM is not installed. It's not only intel-only, but also windows/mac only, and I'm running linux on an AMD processor.