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Date: 2016oct28 OS: Android Q. When I start Eclipse I get: Warning: Missing file 'C:\Users\<user>\.android\avd\<something>.avd\config.ini'. How can I fix this? A. The configuration for an Android Virtual Device (AVD) is not perfect. Launch the Android Virtual Device Manager and take a look. There are two way to do it. In Eclipse:Window > Android Virtual Device ManagerOr on the Windows command line:cd <location-of-android-sdk>/tools .\android avdThe Android Virtual Device Manger will show your configured devices. There will be: - Green checks beside good ones - Broken boxes beside fixable ones - Red X beside unfixable ones Likely the cause of your error is unfixable. So just delete it.
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