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Apps Pinch Zoom on AVD Emulator - How To?

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    Hi.

    My laptop runs A/S 1.5.1 on Windows 7 and I have some Google maps. I'd like to do some pinch zoom-in and zoom-out test. How do I do that?

    So far, all the stackoverflow articles I researched make reference to Mac.

    UPDATE:
    This works for me: hover mouse over the marker on the map, then double left click to zoom in.
     

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    Runs real fast and pinch zoom works like a charm on Galaxy S5 :D

    That said, got some inexplicable errors as usual ( I am getting to the stage where I ignore A/S 1.5.1 error messages if my app runs on the AVD and the physical device).

    Can you make sense of these error message on logcat?
    E/Zygote: MountEmulatedStorage()
    E/Zygote: v2
    E/SELinux: [DEBUG] get_category: variable seinfo: default sensitivity: NULL, cateogry: NULL
     
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    Doesn't look like an error, just a debug message for informational purposes
     
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    Looks like "pinch and spread" is now supported in the emulator, which I tested in Android Studio 2.1.2 on Mac OS X El Capitan. From the docs:

     
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