How to run GPS based application (WikiTude) in Android SDK Emulator?

by raghavendra k » Sat, 26 Sep 2009 02:10:13 GMT


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 Hi All,

                Currently I am writing an Android application which uses 
WikiTude
API. I installed the WikiTude browser application in the Android SDK
emulator from Android Market (To get Android Market in emulator I
followed this link 
 http://forum.xda-developers.com/archive/index.php/t-529170.html ).

                When I run the WikiTude browser application in emulator it asks 
me
to set location settings. I enabled nable GPS satellitesoption &
run the application, again it make an alert for location settings. I
am not able to run this application. Please help me.

                Can anyone tell me is it possible to run GPS based application 
in
Android Emulator? Or not?

                          If it is, Is there any work around to run
GPS based application in emulator?

                       Any help will be greatly appreciated
                       Thanks in Advanceā‚¬.
                        Raghavendra K

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