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How to enable and use the Android Market in an Android emulator


Saturday 17th of July 2010 / talkandroid.com
It’s no secret that developers can install an Android emulator on their pc for testing and general Android debauchery. The only real issue? Not being able to use the Android Market inside the emulator… until now.The How-To Geek has recently released an article showing aspiring geeks and tinkerers alike how to enable and use the market from within an emulated Android environment. It’s not exactly a one-click solution, but most of the people emulating Android on their computer should be able to follow it just fine. So, if you’re ready to take a little time and try it out, check out the article here.[via How-To Geek]For more information on Android and the current Android mobile phones, check out our Android GuidesHow to enable and use the Android Market in an Android emulator
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How can I use my PC's keyboard on the Android emulator?


Wednesday 23rd of May 2012 / android.stackexchange.com
I want to run/test Android apps on the Android emulator and I want to type using my PC keyboard, as it lets me type and test faster. When I use the emulator though, it only accepts input from the native Android (on-screen) keyboard. How can I enable my PC keyboard for use within the Android emulator?
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How to enable and use the Android Market in an Android emulator


Saturday 17th of July 2010 / talkandroid.com
It’s no secret that developers can install an Android emulator on their pc for testing and general Android debauchery. The only real issue? Not being able to use the Android Market inside the emulator… until now.//The How-To Geek has recently released an article showing aspiring geeks and tinkerers alike how to enable and use the market from within an emulated Android environment. It’s not exactly a one-click solution, but most of the people emulating Android on their computer should be able to follow it just fine. So, if you’re ready to take a little time and try it out, check out the article below.[via How-To Geek]» See more articles by Dustin Karnes//
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How-to: Cupcake on the Android Emulator (with video) - Android Authority


Tuesday 27th of January 2009 / androidauthority.com
The guys at NullWire have put together a nice and neat way to get the Cupcake branch of Android running on your personal copy of the Android Emulator.  But before you can do that, you need to download and install the Android SDK.[Step 1] Download the SDK from here and install it.  Once you have it installed, which is pretty painless, you can then [Step 2] download the Cupcake image files ZIP for the emulator.  Make a note of where you install the SDK (ie. “C:android-sdk”).[Step 3] Backup your <sdk-directory>/tools/lib/images directory first, then [Step 4] extract the 3 files in the Cupcake ZIP file to that same directory (they will overwrite 3 of the existing files).[Step 5] Then start the emulator by running <sdk-directory>/tools/emulator.exe from a command prompt or from Windows Explorer and wait for Android to boot.  You can see that part for yourself in the video, below.That’s it.  In a few seconds you will have a virtual copy of Cupcake running so that you test out how the virtual keyboard and other new features work.
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ebook reader - How can I test my ePub files in Android emulator?


Friday 14th of September 2012 / android.stackexchange.com
I have installed the Android emulator and everything is going fine. But I don't know how to test my ePub in it. This is actually the main reason I installed Android emulator and SDK, to test out my ePub's.Target Name: Android 1.4Platform: 4.1API Level: 16Thanks in advance!
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rooting - How do I root the Android emulator?


Sunday 26th of December 2010 / android.stackexchange.com
How do I root the Android emulator? I need root to install an .apk file on the emulator.
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google play store - How can I manually add memory to the Android emulator?


Tuesday 30th of November 2010 / android.stackexchange.com
I'm planning to buy an Android phone, but I want to try the applications in the Android Market using Android Emulator. I have downloaded many applications and reached the maximum apps I can download because of low memory. My questions is how can I manually add memory to the emulator?
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How to send email to android emulator


Saturday 19th of June 2010 / androidforums.com
Please help me how to send email to android emulator.same way from emulator how i can make reply to that. בקתות And i can send sms by using telnet and command צימרים sms send phoneno message,But i can't make a reply to that.Is it possible to send in emulator itself.Or i need to use any methods in api. سوقالاسهمالسعود And how can i differentiate the messages by received , send,drafts.Give me ur suggestions. http://preisvergleich-kredite.de/Thanks in advancesaran http://www.baiaopharma.com/
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How to install my application on android emulator ??


Sunday 28th of February 2010 / androidforums.com
I installed android emulator to my "linux laptop" and i want to start develop some android applications But how can i test them ? i mean see them in action
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How to send email to android emulator


Wednesday 22nd of October 2008 / androidforums.com
Please help me how to send email to android emulator.same way from emulator how i can make reply to that.And i can send sms by using telnet and commandsms send phoneno message,But i can't make a reply to that.Is it possible to send in emulator itself.Or i need to use any methods in api.And how can i differentiate the messages by received , send,drafts.Give me ur suggestions.Thanks in advancesaran
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