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Old January 24th, 2012, 02:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i'd like to test source code Android on the emulator, and i search how can I do it !
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Android SDK contains emulators for all android versions.
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Old January 24th, 2012, 09:16 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Android SDK contains emulators for all android versions.
what is the method plz?
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You do know google exist? The first item when searching on google for "Install Android SDK" is Installing the SDK | Android Developers
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i have been install the SDK and After that?
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I'll assume you've done all four steps including installing the ADT plugin for Eclipse and adding platform components to the SDK.

Take the first step under the Next Steps heading of the Installed the SDK page, set up the hello world application. This will show you how to create an AVD (Android Virtual Device), build an Android .apk (application package), and run it on the emulator.
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yes, i develop applications already, but now i'd like to compile and execute source code Android
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You want to rebuild Android itself? http://source.android.com/source But note that you can't do this under Windows. You have to do from with Linux or Mac OS X.
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