"[Does anyone know an] undetected Android emulator with an integrated API?"
- An undetected Android emulator. Many reputable emulators have known signatures, thus any semi-competent developer is aware that his app is being used on one and therefore enabling them to impose restrictions on the emulated instance. I have read articles on how to bypass these checks, though I'm not sure about which emulators are undetected by standard.
- The emulator should have an in-built API (preferably Python as the rest of my project is written in Python - not a must though). Via the API I'd need to stream inputs (with a delay of maximum ~2s) to the emulated instance.
From that description one might suggest going the route with a real device in combination with ADB. Unfortunately, that doesn't work due to the fact that I'm intending to run multiple instances at once (and I don't have that many physical phones available). A software based solution - without the need of numerous phones - is my preferred way.
That concludes: Does anyone know a library which fulfills the beforehand mentioned criterias?