[android-beginners] How to set location information permanently in the emulator

2010-08-09 Thread sunny
Hi,
I am not sure how to set the location permanently in the emulator. I use the
ddms to push the location but I can only see it when I open the map. If I
exit, it is gone. Next time when my open my map, it says waiting for
location details. Can someone advice me what is wrong.  I am not clear how
to setup location permanently.

would appreciate any of your fast response .. thanks a ton..
best regards,
Sunny.

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Re: [android-beginners] How to set location information permanently in the emulator

2010-08-09 Thread Mark Murphy
On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 2:43 AM, sunny menon1...@gmail.com wrote:
 I am not sure how to set the location permanently in the emulator.

You can't.

 I use the
 ddms to push the location but I can only see it when I open the map. If I
 exit, it is gone.

Correct.

 Next time when my open my map, it says waiting for
 location details.

Correct. You need to simulate another GPS fix.

 Can someone advice me what is wrong.

Nothing is wrong. The emulator emulates GPS fixes, which are transient events.

 I am not clear how
 to setup location permanently.

You can't -- sorry.

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