I am just thinking of a scenario where two devices separated by a
network try to communicate with each other through the
network(whatever that means) . The idea is to have devices
communicate (without the requirement to use any "real" network to which your
desktop system running Android app is connected to). Is this possible
in Android, using the SDK?
1. Is there a way we can simulate network connection itself with Android SDK to test
2. I am a programmer working on my desktop computer and testing Android apps
and cannot be connected to any network/Internet always. Then how to connect
from one device to another device?
3. How can devices be identified (like the way desktop computers are identified using
IP address) for communication?
4. Somebody in this forum replied to one of my questions that latest plugin version
allows multiple emulator instances to run but I am using plugin version 0.3.3 (which
I hope is latest), but does not even show any error message while trying to launch
another emulator and does not open a new emulator window at all)?
If there is no way to simulate the connection itself, it means I and
probably other contestants working on their home computer can't think
of ideas that involve communication between devices?
Thanks and regards,