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Exit from "camera" app in Emulator - Android app in Eclipse

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How do I get out of this app?  I want to see the main screen.  Also, why does it keep opening this app every time I run the emulator?

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You should have controls and a keyboard on the emulator.  Try resizing the window on all sides to see the rest of the window.  Even though there is more to see,  the emulator does not create scroll bars for you to see.

To answer your second question, it is possible to save the "state" that the emulator is running in the image.  so that means the camera might have been running when the emulator image was saved.   try recreating a new image for your emulator.
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