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Launching Android Applications on a Device

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by , 02-11-2012 at 01:44 PM (1000 Views)
To load Android application on your device, plug your Android device using USD data cable to your computer. Also check you debugging setting to confirm that you have configured this device for debugging. Follow these steps to make sure that you are using correct settings for debugging.

• From Java perspective, select Run -> Debug configurations.
• Double click your configurations.
• Change your “Deployment Target Selection Mode” to manual on Target tab. You can get back to your automatic settings anytime. But by setting manual mode, it forces you to between emulator or device while debugging, if your device in plugged in using USB.
• Click the “Apply” button to confirm changes.
• Using USB data cable, plug your device.
• Select “Debug” button and it will show you a screen as show below. This screen list all your debug configurations and all of your physical devices.

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Launching Android Applications on a Device

• Select your device instance. If it is not listed, then check your cables and drivers. Eclipse will install the Android application on your device.

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