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Maps are not show in Emulator  RSS feed

 
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this is my manifest file


2. This is My xml layout file



3. This is my Source File



the out put is in attachment , the Google maps are not show in android emulator why...?

When i select the zoomIn(+) and zoomOut(-) button The exception will generate . the exception is in attachment ?
please help me...
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Output Of Program
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Execption
 
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Post the entire stack trace - the important part at the end is missing. And please post it as text, not as an image - it's much more useful that way.
 
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Are you behind a proxy server? The emulator may need to be set up to use the proxy in order to get to Google.
 
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Also, check your emulator definition. The AVD's target can either be towards a generic 'Android n.n - API Level n' or towards the Google specific 'Google APIs (Google Inc.) - API Level n'. Make sure you use the Google specific one because the generic one may not have all the built in apps.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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