Therefore you need to have elastOS running first, typically the way to do this is running an emulator, but of course you can also connect your Android phone to your computer.
elastOS is not yet released for iOS, therefore we will only be supporting Android at the moment
Make sure the image you are using has Play Store support, which avoids us having to build and install the
Follow this guide for detailed instructions: https://developer.android.com/studio/run/emulator
Clicking the Green Arrow circled in orange should launch a device, in this example I am using a Pixel 2 emulator.
The emulator still needs a real Google account to access the play store, we recommend you create a new account for development.
After you have access to Play Store, search for elastOS and install it.
adb is the Android Debug Bridge which is a command line tool that should be installed with Android Studio,
for more information see: https://developer.android.com/studio/command-line/adb
| ~/workspace/com.elajs.elastOS-dev-tutorial | => adb devices List of devices attached emulator-5554 device
trinity-cli run -p android --nodebug