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Activity.xml:

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i have made couple of changes but in emulator i got this error every time :


Google play services,which some of yuor applications rely on,is not supported by your device,please contact the manufacture for assistance.


Please give the suggestion
Thanks In Advanced :
Gautam
 
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In future, while posting code, please UseCodeTags I have added them this time for you. As you can see the tags make your code much more easier to read and understand.

Gautam Panpatil wrote:i have made couple of changes but in emulator i got this error every time :
Google play services,which some of yuor applications rely on,is not supported by your device,please contact the manufacture for assistance.


So what changes did you make? Which google play service(s) does your app use? Please TellTheDetails
 
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When you create the AVD you have a chance to choose which Android API level is used by the device. Each API level has two options, one plain Android (example Android 4.4 - API Level 19) and one with Google Services (example Google APIs (Google Inc.) - API Level 19). Your AVD was created with the plain Android API not the Google one, yet you use a Google service (Google Maps). You need to re-build your AVD to use one of the Google Service API levels.
 
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