You are developing a react-native app with Tensorflow JS? Then you may have tried using the
tfjs-react-native backend in Android SDK Emulator only to find that it doesn't work.
This happens because
tfjs-react-native requires GLES 3 / WebGL 2. You can enable it in Android SDK Emulator via:
echo "GLESDynamicVersion = on" >> ~/.android/advancedFeatures.ini
I tested this only under Linux. Your host GPU should support at least OpenGL ES 3.2; you can check if it does via:
sudo apt install mesa-utils glxinfo | grep 'version.*OpenGL'