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Android Emulator

  1. How to take emulator or device screenshot?

    by , 02-11-2012 at 12:46 PM
    You can take screenshots of the emulator or handsets which is very useful for debugging as shown in figure below.
    When you are using real devices, this screenshot aspect of DDMS perspective is very helpful. Follow below steps, to take a screen shot of your device and see what is happening.

    1. Select your device or emulator from DDMS perspective. The device you are selecting must be connected with USB data cable.
    2. Select your desired screen on the device or emulator. ...
  2. Simulating Incoming Calls to the Emulator

    by , 02-11-2012 at 12:40 PM
    Using DDMS Emulator control tab, incoming voice calls can be simulated. It is not a real call and no voice or other data is transmitted between the 2 parties. It is just a simulation of incoming calls as shown in below figure.

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    Simulating Incoming Calls to the Emulator

    Follow below steps to simulate incoming call on your emulator that is running on your server.
    • Select emulator instance to call in the DDMS perspective. ...
  3. Launching Android Applications Using the Emulator

    by , 02-11-2012 at 12:36 PM
    To launch the application using Android, you can launch it by clicking the “Debug” button from launch configuration screen. Also you can launch it by clicking the button on Eclipse toolbar. Then select the created debug configuration from the list. When you will click the “Debug” button, the emulator will launch as show below. It may take some time.

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    Android Emulator


    Your application will run as shown in figure below. It’s just easy ...