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Thread: Export jar file with emulator

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    Default Export jar file with emulator

    I'm developing a mobile application using lwuit with netbeans IDE
    and I will participate in a context
    What they want is the jar file with an emulator on a CD

    So can anyone please urgent tell me how to export the jar file and emulator from netbeans without the need for the jury to install netbeans
    And Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Export jar file with emulator

    Welcome to the forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for new members.

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    Default Re: Export jar file with emulator

    What they want isn't possible. Firstly, android apps are exported as a .apk. The APK can be found in the build directory and is auto-generated each time you build.

    Emulator's aren't just click and run. You can either use the simulator included with the ADK and install the APK through the command line tools. Or you can use the Genymotion emulator and use a shared directory to transfer the APK from your filesystem to the virtual sd-card.
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