This says I need an AVD:
http://developer.android.com/guide/deve ... l#starting
Okay, let's read about AVDs:
http://developer.android.com/guide/deve ... ls/avd.htm
The easiest way to create an AVD is to use the graphical AVD Manager, which you can launch from Eclipse or from the command line using the android tool. The android tool is provided in the tools/ directory of the Android SDK.
The android tool? All I see is a .bat file called android.bat.
When you run the android tool without options, it launches the graphical AVD Manager.
That graphical AVD Manager sounded pretty nice. Unfortunately, double-clicking Android.bat just opens and closes a cmd window.