All the schools that catches the emulator can be repeated on a real device?

Native emulator Studio not working, have to use a third-party. For example, recently caught a bug... ceased to change in MainFragment. Ie app seems to be working, but the change of the fragments does not occur (Navigation Graph). Decided to restart the emulator.

It is worth to bother with it if no obvious failures?
April 19th 20 at 12:04
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April 19th 20 at 12:06
Solution
In General, there is no guarantee that if there are bugs in the emulator, they will not be on the real device and Vice versa, if there are bugs, not the fact that they are on a real device. Always try to test on a real device if possible.
Moreover, if there is bug on one device, not the fact that will not on the other. - lukas commented on April 19th 20 at 12:09
April 19th 20 at 12:08
depends on your ability. If money is the sea buy the physical device from the major manufacturers. May be a bug on my phone from Huawei and not be etc. And so with all. And can only be on one device problem, but on the other I did all the rules. But it seems that it rarely happens.

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