You need to check:
Your size on disk is not full – this’s often happen due to creation of some virtual devices that are unused
The RAM size of emulator is not minimum as your requirements
One more thing that I personally use: Use Pen Drive as a RAM
Use HDD as RAM
Right Click on “This PC or My Computer” and Select Properties.
Now Click on “Advance System Settings”.
Now in “System Properties” you have to select “Advanced” tab.
Now click on “Settings” Under “Performance”.
Now in “Performance Option” again you have to select “Advanced” tab.
Now click on “change“ under “Virtual Memory”.
Un-check “Automatically manage paging file size of all drivers” and select “Custom size”.
In Custom Size enter the amount of data According to “Space available” which is written there.
Click on “set” button and Click on OK.
Now it will ask you to restart your Computer or Laptop.
Another work around steps (tested) :
- Restart your Android Studio
- Create new device in your AVD Manager
- Increase the RAM size of the Emulator
I restarted Android Studio and create a new device in AVD MANAGER then I have increased the RAM size of emulator and it works nicely.
Sometimes it happens when you close emulator during building the App in to emulator.
I also faced the same error. After a few hours I figured it out.
I hope it helps you :
Go to Tools ==> SDK Menager ==>Android SDK
(Appearange&Behavior=>System settings=>Android SDK)==>SDK Tools==>Intel x86 Emulator Accelerator(install this).
It will solve your problem.I hope it helps.