Android : Socket Creation Failure
I created a simple client socket from my Activity, but it fails. I am running this activity in emulator and server runs on PC(its a different application without Android stuff).
*clientSock = new Socket("127.0.0.1", 30001);*
logcat shows java.net.SocketException: permission denied <maybe missing INTERNET permission>
If I enable permission for my Activity(android.permission.INTERNET), my Activity constructor itself not called and logcat shows following info. Permission Denial: starting Intent < flg=0x10000000 cmp=com.example.client/.MyClientActivity > from null <pid=-1, uid=-1> requires android.permission.INTERNET.
Any suggestion on how to resolve this issue?
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