|The information below concerns legacy mobile tests that work with mobile devices connected to the local computer. For new mobile tests, we recommend using the newer cloud-compatible approach.|
When testing an Android device, you perform various user actions over the device: touch icons and controls on the screen, enter information in the text fields, press physical buttons on the device and so on.
The topics of this section provide information on how to simulate user actions over mobile devices.
In This Section
Simulating Basic Touch Actions Over Android Devices (Legacy)
Describes how to simulate basic actions over Android devices.
Simulating Text Input on Android Devices (Legacy)
Describes how to simulate keystrokes on Android devices.
Simulating Local Symbol Input (Legacy)
Describes how you can simulate local symbols in your tests.
Simulating Physical Button Events (Legacy)
Describes how to simulate pressing physical buttons in your tests.
Related Topics of Interest
Simulating Gestures (Multi-Touch Events) (Legacy)
Describes how to simulate complex multi-touch events (gestures) over Android applications.
Simulating User Actions Over Android Open Applications (Legacy)
Describes how to simulate user actions over objects in Android Open Applications.
Simulating Basic User Actions in Image-Based Tests
Describes how to simulate user actions over Android applications in image-based tests.
Describes how to work with supported Android controls in tests.