Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Setting DNS (Domain Name System) in your Android device emulator

In my device emulator, the default value of DNS is nothing,  so if want to access a website must type an IP Address of the website in the internet browser application. However you can assign DNS Server address  manually with these command:

  1. Open your command line application (Command Prompt in Windows, Terminal in Linux)

  2. Type these commands:
                  $adb devices
    $adb shell
    #setprop net.dns1

  3. Now, back to your device emulator and try to access an website with it's domain address


  • Replace with your DNS Server address

  • Only one emulator device which active in the computer


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