1. fifacz's Avatar
    Hello,
    pretend there is an external application running on my Android which is telling me to shift my mobile to the left or right (some kind of game). I would like to run it on my computer, in some emulator. But as it would be running on my computer, there would not be any motion sensor signals. Is there any possibility how to add them to emulator so that the application would not recognise it and would think it is normally running on mobile?

    Thanks for your time and appreciate any help!

    Filip
    11-28-2014 12:39 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    Sure. You just write a Linux driver to act as the sensor you want to emulate, using the input you're going to use to emulate it. That's all that's done in the phones and tablets.

    And to become an NBA star, just be a fantastic basketball player and be nin the right place at the right moment.

    Anything is easy if you know how to do it, but if you don't have the skills needed to do it, you can't do it. (People pay other people to write things like that.)
    11-29-2014 12:32 AM

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