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Maps are not show in Emulator

 
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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.
 
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