Motorola offers a bunch of emulators whose skins look like their real devices.
Technically they’re not needed in order to develop / test your android applications. You could stick with default android emulators.
I personally prefer to use emulators with skins of real devices so I feel happier 🙂
Today I tried to install Motorola ZOOM’s emulator and I faced a small problem: for XOOM, Motorola offers just a skin. In this post I will tell you the problem I faced and the solution. Continue reading “How to install Motorola Xoom emulator”
MOTODEV Studio for Android is an Eclipse IDE customized by Motorola to ease the development of Android applications.
One could use the Eclipse + Google’s ADT plugin but I think MOTODEV Studio is far better than Eclipse IDE + ADT Plugin solution.
In this post I will show you how to
- download Motorola-specific handset emulators
- add emulators to the development environment
- configure emulators in order to run them at the same size than real devices