Android property

by arvind370 » Tue, 24 Jun 2008 06:17:36 GMT

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I have the following requirement: Based on the platform (Linux,
Android, Windows) on which the software is executing, I have to set
some parameters that affect behavior. I was looking at some pre-
populated ones like which differentiates Windows/Linux.
However, on the Android emulator is Linux as well. My
question: Does Android populate any properties (that identifies the
execution env as Android emulator) by default that I can query and



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