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Is there an Android emulator that is compatible with that can simulate acceleration and tilting of a mobile device?

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Try OpenIntents SensorSimulator:

About the SensorSimulator. The OpenIntents SensorSimulator lets you simulate sensor data with the mouse in real time. Moreover, you can simulate your battery level and your gps position too, using a telnet connection.

NEW! Now you can record a sequence with states from a real device. Also you can use features like editing, saving, loading and playing the scenario. It currently supports accelerometer, compass, orientation, temperature, light, proximity, pressure, gravity, linear acceleration, rotation vector and gyroscope sensors, where the behavior can be customized through various settings. Here you can find new features description.

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