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installing & using sdk tester on eclipse

hi i have an app that includes in app purchasing. i have tested it on an actual device (asus transformer and asus memopad) and it works perfectly. i submitted the app but it failed on kindle fire devices. i am now trying to use the emulator in eclipse to test for various fire devices. my problem is that i don't know where to put the sdk tester when testing on the emulator. i assume the json file goes in mnt/sdcard/ folder. so, could you please help me? what do i do with the sdk tester apk? where do i install it and how, using eclipse? much appreciated thanks 101apps
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p.s i don't have a kindle fire device and therefore need to test it using the emulator. thanks regards 101apps
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okay, not being familiar with using the command line, i managed to try it out. also used the Amazon AVD Launcher to set up and run an AVD for the kindle and managed to get a kindle emulator going. then used the command line to install my app to test. also noticed that the kindle emulator launched using the amazon avd launcher, has an in app sdk tester already installed. tried using command line to push the json file containing the sku's to the emulator but did not work. would appreciate some help in getting the json file onto the kindle emulator much appreciated thanks 101apps
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okay, managed to open up eclipse and push the file over. problem was when starting the kindle emulator from eclipse, i could not push the file over. seems starting it using amazon launcher did the trick
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Hi 101apps, Sorry for the late response. When the emulator is on, you can push the json file in 2 ways. 1. Run DDMS tool (you should find it in android sdk/tools folder) and then select the device and then push the json file to mnt/sdcard/ from your hard disk. http://developer.android.com/tools/debugging/ddms.html#emulator 2. Run ADB shell run push command. http://developer.android.com/tools/help/adb.html#issuingcommands https://developer.amazon.com/sdk/in-app-purchasing/documentation/testing-iap.html#Create%20JSON Thank you for writing to us.
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