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Start Device

Maestro offers a few convenience methods to start or create a device
You can use Maestro to create an Android emulator or an iOS simulator.
The device configurations are similar to the ones hosted on Maestro Cloud. Using such devices will help you create Maestro Cloud compatible flows.

Start an Android emulator using Maestro

You can start by running
maestro start-device --platform android
This will create a default Android emulator (Pixel 6, Google APIs 30). If the devices already exists, it will simply launch it.
For full options run maestro start-device
Note: Device configurations are limited to a few recommended os versions and devices. Such configurations work well with Maestro and Maestro Cloud.

Start an iOS simulator using Maestro

You can start by running
maestro start-device --platform ios
This will create a default iOS simulator (iPhone11, iOS 15.5). If the devices already exists, it will simply launch it.
For full options run maestro start-device
Note: Device configurations are limited to a few recommended os versions and devices. Such configurations work well with Maestro and Maestro Cloud.