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  • hi daniel

    Thanks a lot ..

    Daniel K said:

    Use adb install command from commandline. adb is located in the android-sdk folder under platform-tools. 

    With ./adb install APPNAME.apk you can install the apk file on the device or simulator. You can also install in the exact same way e.g. your robotium tests. Or execute robotium tests with this command also on commandline

    /Applications/android/platform-tools/./adb shell am instrument -w PACKAGENAMEOFTESTS/android.test.InstrumentationTestRunner

    Have fun!

  • Use adb install command from commandline. adb is located in the android-sdk folder under platform-tools. 

    With ./adb install APPNAME.apk you can install the apk file on the device or simulator. You can also install in the exact same way e.g. your robotium tests. Or execute robotium tests with this command also on commandline

    /Applications/android/platform-tools/./adb shell am instrument -w PACKAGENAMEOFTESTS/android.test.InstrumentationTestRunner

    Have fun!

  • Sure Pravin..................Anytime.



    Pravinkumar said:

    Hi kunal,

    As u said , I had done with installing the SDK and AVD , Thanks a lot..

    if i find something which i can't understand i will comment u..

    Thanks

    Pravin

    Kunal Tambe said:

    Hello Pravin,

    You can test an android App on emulator without installing eclipse. You just need Android SDK.


    Once you download and configure the same, you will be able to created and run AVD. besides that you can take crash logs and snapshots for the real devices.

    Thanks,

  • Hi kunal,

    As u said , I had done with installing the SDK and AVD , Thanks a lot..

    if i find something which i can't understand i will comment u..

    Thanks

    Pravin

    Kunal Tambe said:

    Hello Pravin,

    You can test an android App on emulator without installing eclipse. You just need Android SDK.


    Once you download and configure the same, you will be able to created and run AVD. besides that you can take crash logs and snapshots for the real devices.

    Thanks,

  • Hello Pravin,

    You can test an android App on emulator without installing eclipse. You just need Android SDK.


    Once you download and configure the same, you will be able to created and run AVD. besides that you can take crash logs and snapshots for the real devices.

    Thanks,

  • ok thank u divya..


    Divya said:

    Praveen,

    Eclipse is not required, only android SDK is required. Download the same. 

    and refer developer.android.com

    regards,

    Divya

  • Praveen,

    Eclipse is not required, only android SDK is required. Download the same. 

    and refer developer.android.com

    regards,

    Divya

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