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Testing with Android phones withou a carrier ?

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Is it possible to simulate a carrier with some piece of hardware so that you can test an application on mutiply Android phones without having to pay the carrier fees for each phone ?

                                                             Thanks,
                                                            Bob H
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How about using Wifi?

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Alternatively, use an emulator:

http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/tools/emulator.html

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Everything works fine on the emulator ( I am testing a location service). If I am understanding correctly the WiFi part of the hardware/software stack will work without a carrier.
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