gmtool is a command line tool allowing you to perform the following tasks from the command line:
- Manage virtual devices and interact with them.
- Register a license and display license information.
- Configure Genymotion.
This is useful for automation. You can find more details on the GMTool documentation.
The Gradle plugin for Genymotion allows you to control your Genymotion instances from your build.gradle file. Learn more about how to use it right here
As continuous integration is now a key for professional development, we prepared an article to explain you how to use Genymotion with your Jenkins server.
- Genymotion had to be restarted to take the credentials into account and log in the user. This issue has been fixed.
- The adb reboot command on a running device was not working properly. This issue has been fixed.
- On Mac OS X, when using a license, several software activations were consumed for the same machine. This issue has been fixed.
- Genymotion could freeze when selecting a custom SDK path if a lot of file were present in the current directory. This issue has been fixed.
- An upgraded virtual device cannot be factory reset anymore, but the error message was not clear enough. A specific error message has been added for this use case.
- On Windows, Genymotion sometimes failed to connect to the virtual device. This issue has been fixed.
- On Windows and Mac OS X, adb sometimes failed to connect to the virtual devices. This issue has been fixed.
- Genymotion version and revision could not be selected in the about window. This issue has been fixed.
- On Windows, Genymotion could not find vboxmanage.exe in some cases. This issue has been fixed.
- Virtual devices could not start after using some VPN clients. This issue has been fixed.
- The INTERNET permission was not correctly handled, and applications without this permission could have internet access. This issue has been fixed.