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As you might have read following my previous post
currently experimenting with mobile web solutions. In such a case,
having an Android emulator is quite comfortable for quickly testing your
solution. Personally though, I hate the default emulator skin, mainly
also because it takes up quite a large portion of your screen. Hence, I
normally use a custom emulator skin. But there is the problem of the
scaling the size properly as the default settings will most probably go
out of your screen.
A couple of years ago I wrote a blog post on how to tune your Android
emulator with a custom skin. In that post, I also described on how to scale it properly, by adding the -scale option to the command line arguments from within the Eclipse Run Configuration dialog.
However, if you're only interested in the emulator itself, you may start
it by launching the AVD manager directly. In that case, the scale
parameter can be directly set when launching your AVD:
Btw, should you have problems connecting to the Internet from your
emulator, it might be due to the proxy settings of your (company)
network. Have a look at this post then
, it might help you.
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