In android development, Android emulator is a very helpful tool to see real time development in your project. On the other hand, starting an android emulator on Android Studio can consume more memory. It slow down your computer and affects its performance. In this blog, I will teach you on how to start your emulator on Visual studio code and save memory for you.
In your Visual studio code, type Ctrl + Shift + P and search for Flutter: Launch Emulator.
Finally, select your desired android emulator. Make sure that you already installed android emulators in your Android Studio.
This process will help your computer to run programs smoothly. You can save memory because you will not need to run Android Studio.