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Android Build a Simple Android App Testing and Debugging Running an App on a Device

Javier Alvarado
Javier Alvarado
16,060 Points

Is there a proper way to disconnect the device?

Is there a proper way to disconnect the device? Or can I just unplug it after the app has been loaded onto it?

1 Answer

Seth Kroger
Seth Kroger
56,413 Points

You will disconnect the device from the device monitor/debugger in Android Studio, so you won't see log messages or use breakpoints, etc. Other than that, it's perfectly safe to unplug after the app is loaded in.