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README.md

android-gps-emulator

android-gps-emulator is a GPS location emulator for changing/setting/simulating the GPS location of the Android emulator through a simple map-based interface, using the geo fix command.

Using GWT and Google Maps in combination with JTA (Java telnet support), this is a simple tool for emulating the geospatial (GPS) location of your local android emulator using the telnet geo fix command.

NOTE: You must have a Google account with billing enabled to generate an API key for the Google Maps JavaScript API. See Google's documentation at Get API Key

Quick Start

  1. Download the latest release
  2. Create a file named google_maps_api_key containing your API key
  3. Run the executable war: java -jar android-gps-emulator-0.3.war
  4. http://localhost:8080/gpsemulator/

android-gps-emulator

Running on a Different Port

android-gps-emulator runs by default on port 8080. The port can be changed by passing the desired port as a parameter when running the executable war. For example, to run on port 9001:

   java -jar android-gps-emulator-0.3.war 9001

GWT Hosted Mode (from source)

  1. Clone the repository
  2. Create a file named google_maps_api_key containing your API key
  3. From the command line execute mvn gwt:run
  4. Click Launch Default Browser from the GWT Development Mode

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