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Run the MonkeyLab tests from the commandline: http://www.cloudmonkeymobile.com/monkeytalk-documentation/monkeytalk-faq#1.13 If you are a able to run a single test from the command line then wrap it around a bash script that loops 500 times.
Of course it's better to take care about your test environment before test execution. It means if you have to have another app installed in test environment prior to test execution, you had better to do it in some TestSuiteSetUp class which will do common work preparing your application and environment for test execution. In your case the easiest way would ...
There is no magic here, you will have to install and run those apps. Consider using dogfood devices by your team, considering the low prices of mobile devices this shouldn't be too expensive even for a big team. Bug bashing is also a good way to exercise devices. The downside is that you loose some control over testing, but you can gain some of it back by ...
Found the problem. Since i'm in a enterprise network, i'm behind a proxy. So i was unable to use git. Using the commands below, i was able to clone folders using https instead http. git config --global url."https://github.com/".insteadOf email@example.com: git config --global url."https://".insteadOf git://
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