How can host machine connect to emulator using socket

by zcj0429 » Mon, 02 Feb 2009 13:57:08 GMT

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 Hi, everyone:
    How can my host machine connect to emulator using socket? In my
application, I need emulator to open a server socket, then host
machine connects to emulator as a client. But when host creates the
socket using "" (xxxxx is the port which emulator is
listenning), it doesn't work. I think maybe the address""
goes wrong. Is it a local address behind the "virtual router" and the
host can't find? If so, how to find a correct IP address of emulator?

How can host machine connect to emulator using socket

by zcj0429 » Tue, 03 Feb 2009 15:03:41 GMT

 Thanks, David


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How can host machine connect to emulator using socket

by Arnauld NDEFO » Mon, 09 Mar 2009 22:09:19 GMT

i am a student, and  developp a application on android for my project
in school.I use android release 1.1 and the android emulator.I would
to use the socket  in my application.I have use the package and but i don't have a success.My code is
below.Please help me.I don't know how i can solve the problem.I have
explored  the package org.apache.http but i don't know how i can use
this package.Please help me
For the application, i want to send the data at android emulator for a
server web which is on another pc.Then the emulator android is a
client. is the ip address for the server web
3000 is a port that server listen to retrieve the data which are
sended by the emulator android


class androidtracabilite extends Activity

/** Called when the activity is first created. */

private LocationManager locationManager;

private LocationProvider locationprovider;

private Miseajour miseajour;

private Socket socket;

public androidtracabilite()


miseajour = new Miseajour();



socket=new Socket("",3000);

}catch(Exception e)


//sb.append("Exception leve");




public void onCreate(Bundle tracabilite)




String location_context = Context.LOCATION_SERVICE;

locationManager =(LocationManager)getSystemService(location_context);





catch(Exception e)


System.out.println("Non effectu");



public Location testProviders()


Location location=new Location("mobil");

TextView tv = (TextView)findViewById(;

StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder("Enabled Providers:");

List <String> providers= new ArrayList<String>(10);

providers =(ArrayList<String>)locationManager.getProviders(true);

for (String provider : providers)




sb.append("\n\n").append(provider).append(" : ");

if (location != null)


double lat = location.getLatitude();

double lng = location.getLongitude();

sb.append(lat).append(" ; ").append(lng);


else {

sb.append("No location");





}//fin de la fonction testprovider

public void envoiesocket() throws Exception


System.out.println("Entrer dans la fonction");

TextView tv = (TextView)findViewById(;

StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder("Envoie Socket");

BufferedReader plec = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader

PrintWriter pred = new PrintWriter(new BufferedWriter(new

pred.println("envoie de socket");

String read= plec.readLine();







Thank you for your help


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