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Hardware Events Emulation

You can use the event command to send various events to the emulator.The usage for the command is:

event <send|types|codes|text>

The event command supports the subcommands listed in the table below.

Subcommand Description Comments
send <type>:<code>:<value> [...] Send one or more events to the Android kernel. You can use text names or integers for <type> and <value>.
types List all <type> string aliases supported by the event subcommands.  
codes <type> List all <codes> string aliases supported by the event subcommands for the specified <type>.  
event text <message> Simulate keypresses to send the specified string of characters as a message, The message must be a UTF-8 string. Unicode posts will be reverse-mapped according to the current device keyboard. Unsupported characters will be discarded silently.
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