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Friday, June 8th, 2012, 11:28 pm

AndroidScreencast: Screencasting in Android (Car Navigation)

Using androidscreencast is simple. As their site puts it, the steps to follow are as follows:

- Install the android sdk
- Connect your device through USB cable and ensure it’s detected with “adb devices”
- Make sure you have Java Runtime Environment 5 or later installed
- Click HERE. You can launch it by typing “javaws [jnlp file]” from a command line.

Here is an example video I took on a tablet:

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