How long does the Android Emulator take to start? Do you need to close/start if every time you change Java code?


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When developing for Android do you typically need to stop the
emulator and restart it every time you make a change to your Java code
or is there a faster way? The emulator takes about 1.5 minutes to
start for me, is this normal?

When testing Android layouts, I'm constantly building for three
different emulators from Eclipse (with ADT), so I have to run three
times and then select each one. Is there any configuration or plugin
that allows me to press Run once and the application is started in all
three?

Programming Languages

When developing for Android do you typically need to stop the
emulator and restart it every time you make a change to your Java code
or is there a faster way? The emulator takes about 1.5 minutes to
start for me, is this normal?

Java

When a user starts my application on Android, I want that Droid VNC
server be started automatically. I know using intent we can start
other APKs. Here when I run the Droid application it shows screen with
Start button. Without clicking the Start button the Droid VNC server
does not start.


Can either of the following three
possible.


From my app can I trigger that start button on VNC
server got clicked somehow; or
Can the Droid VNC server
automatically opens in the start mode (without need of clicking on
start button); or
Lets say my app starts VNC apk and user gets
VNC screen and user clicks on the start button on it. After clicking t
Android

Logfile of mobile given below.


i am developing as
android app, the problem is while development app runs on emulator but
asks for force close in the mobile device. although i was able to
install it successful in mobile. but when i run the app force close
and unexpected error occurs. if there is any problem in the code then
it should run in emulator also. but it is running on emulator.where
did i commit mistake i am not able to get it.

/>W/InputManagerService( 1160): Window already focused, ignoring
focus gain of:
com.android.internal.view.IInputMethodClient$Stub$Proxy@2fc39418 />W/ActivityManager( 1160): [CCILOG] set process: com.fourthmainheal
Programming Languages

I’m working with Eclipse and writing an Android application.
I’ve noticed that the load times to the Android emulator can vary
significantly. Recently, I found that manually going back to the main
menu of the emulator helps my application load much faster. This
brings up two questions.


Is there a quicker way (read:
automatic way) to exit out of my application rather than hitting the
Back button multiple times until I get to the main app menu?

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Secondly, is there something I am doing wrong that factors into
the longer load time?


Thanks.

Programming Languages

I have downloaded android source code and made some changes to

dalvik/vm/interp/Jit.cpp
. I have built the
source code using


$source build/envsetup.h

$lunch full-eng
$make -j4 />

The build was successful. Now when I start the
emulator by


$out/host/linux-x86/bin/android
list targets
$out/host/linux-x86/bin/android create
avd -n virtual - t target_api

$out/host/linux-x86/bin/emulator -avd virtual
/>

the emulator starts but when I check the libdvm.so file
properties in emula

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