Download the software, as shown below.
Run the installer with the default options.
Launch Android Studio. Don't import settings. Accept the default options. Accept any agreements you are asked to.
Create a New Project.
Select the "Basic Views" activity, as shown below.
Click Next. Click Finish.
In the Device Manager pane, click the "Create Device" button, outlined in red in the image below.
In the "Select Hardware" screen, click "Pixel 3a", as shown below. Notice the arrow icon in the "Play Store" column, showing that this hardware supports Google Play. Click Next.
In the "System Image" screen, on the Recommended tab, on the "Android 11.0 (Google Play)" line, click the Download link.
When the download completes, your screen will look like the image shown below. Click Next.
Mac M1On the Mac M1, on the the Recommended tab, on the "API 31" line, click the Download link.
In the "Android Virtual Device" screen, on the left side, at the bottom, click the "Show Advanced Settings" button.
Increase the Internal Storage to 4096 MB, outlined in red in the image below.
In Android Studio, on the right side, in the Device Manager pane, you see a "Pixel 3a API 30" device.
Click the Run button, outlined in red in the image below.
Mac M1On the Mac M1, from the Android Studio menu bar, click "Android Studio", Preferences.
In the Preferences window, on the left side, expand Tools.
Click Emulator. On the right side, clear the "Launch in a tool window" check box.
Click OK. Then click the Run button.
The emulator starts, as shown below.
If you are asked to, allow it to use the microphone.
To make the emulator appear in its own window, at the top right of the Emulator pane, click the gear icon, outlined in red in the image above, point to "View Mode", and click Float.
TroubleshootingIf the emulator doesn't start, and shows a "Connecting to the emulator" message for a long time, try this:
On a Mac, from the Android Studio menu bar, click "Android Studio", Preferences, Tools, Emulator. Uncheck "Launch in a tool window".
Close Android Studio and relaunch it.
If you are using a PC, the first two clicks are File, Settings.
Log in with a Google account. Don't enable backups.
In Google Play, search for Qute, as shown below.
Install "Qute: Terminal Emulator".
M 140.1: Operating System (15 pts)Launch Qute: Terminal Emulator.
In the "Help us get better" page, click CONTINUE.
In the "Please, grant permissions for app" page, click "GRANT PERMISSIONS".
Click the slider to allow access to all files.
At the top left, click the back-arrow.
In Qute, execute this command:Find the text in that box that is covered by the green box in the image above. That's the flag.