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fx emu-remote

Remotely run emulator

usage: fx emu-remote [--no-build] [--stream [--no-emu] [--no-turn] [--no-open] [--display DPY] [--port PORT]] HOST [DIR] [-- ARGS]

Connect to HOST, run a build using fx from DIR, fetch the artifacts and
start the emulator. Alternatively, start the emulator on HOST,
and open an WebRTC connection to it using local browser.

 --no-build    do not build, just pull artifacts already present
 --stream      stream output from remote emulator using WebRTC instead of fetching artifacts
 --no-emu      only tunnel, do not start remote emulator
 --no-turn     do not use turn configuration for remote emulator
 --no-open     do not open, just run remote emulator
 --display DPY do not start remote virtual display, use DPY instead
 --port PORT   port used on local machine to connect with remote emulator over HTTP (default: 8080)

 HOST          the hostname to connect to
 DIR           defaults to ~/fuchsia, the path to the FUCHSIA_DIR on HOST
 ARGS          arguments to pass to emulator

HOST and DIR are persisted in the file //.fx-remote-config and are reused as
defaults in future invocations of any 'fx *-remote' tools.

emu-remote source code