sending mock location data to emulator?

by Tommy » Tue, 27 Oct 2009 08:53:26 GMT

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 I follow guidelines here to provide mock data for emulator (http://
This line suggest that I must connect to emulator first:

"Launch your application in the Android emulator and open a terminal/
console in your SDK's /tools directory. Connect to the emulator
console. Now you can use:..."

Since I'm on Windows, I did it by using putty and telnet to localhost,
port 5554 (of the emulator). However I could never succeed.

Did I understand the instruction properly? (connect by telnet before
using "geo fix" to send mock data)
If yes, why couldn't I connect to the emu?



sending mock location data to emulator?

by Tim Hutt » Tue, 03 Nov 2009 06:27:25 GMT

 2009/10/30 Le Mai Tung <>:

No I've only tried 'geo fix' - it seemed the easiest for what I and
you are doing. Not sure what the problem is if you start the emulator
and it isn't listening. What do you see if you run 'netstat -an' in a
command prompt?


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