Android :: Activate Network On Debug Device

Oct 1, 2009

I developer a android app. Today I get the HTC hero for testing. I installed the driver and can start the app on the device. The problem is that I need a network connection. I am connect via usb to my desktop computer. Can the device that is on usb connect use my i-net connection to send a request?

Android :: Activate network on debug device


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I am developing an application that use the GPS and the geolocalion. So, during the application launch, I have to be sure that the user has activated the network and GPS. If he didn't tested 2 solutions : Ask the user to activate them himself (so the application quit, and the user has to reload it) Redirect the user in the corresponding view in order to activate them ( via something like "android.provider.Settings.ACTION_LOCATION_SOURCE_SETTINGS " )
The second solution is better to my mind but can be very boring for the user if he has to activate the Network + the GPS + Nework localisation That's why I ask if it is not possible to activate all that automatically if it is not possible ? I think it is possible because it exists widget that let the user activate network, gps etc... but how can we do that in the application?

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- Build No: 1.7.3

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- Tablet and Windows XP have been rebooted often.

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