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#Run Andriod in ur PC#
#1


1.First of all Attachment VirtualBox or VMLite binaries.

(a)VirtualBox-https://www.virtualbox.org/

(b)VMLite-www.vmlite.com/

2.Then Attachment Android v4.0.

Android v4.0 Link-http://www.kirsle.net/projects/Android/android-x86-vm-20120130.iso(244
MB).

3.Create a virtual machine.

Settings for virtual machine-

(a)Machine Name: "Android ICS" (you can name it anything you want)

(b) M


achine Type: "Linux 2.6"

© Memory: 1024 MB(recommended)

(d) Hard Disk: create a new 16GB VDI image that dynamically expands

(e)Networking: Type: NAT, Adaptor: "Intel Pro/1000 MT Desktop
(82540EM)"

(f)Audio: Intel AC'97

(g)Storage Layout:IDE Controller:CD Device,SATA Controller:Hard Disk

4.Installation(Take care about VM which should boot from the iso image)

(a)On the boot screen, select "Installation - Install Android-x86 to
harddisk"

(b)Choose "Create/Modify Partitions". This takes you into cfdisk.

1. Choose "[New]"

2. Choose "[Primary]"

3. Press enter to accept the default partition size

4. Choose "[Bootable]"

5. Choose "[Write]"

6. Type "yes" to confirm writing.

7. Choose "[Quit]"

©Choose to install on the sda1 device (Linux VBOX HARDDISK)

(d) Choose to format the drive "ext3"

(e) Pick "Yes" to confirm formatting.

(f) Pick "Yes" when it asks to install the GRUB bootloader.

(g) Pick "Yes" when it asks to mount /system as read-write (this will
be important later to install the Google apps).

(h) Create a fake SD card when it prompts. I made mine 2047MB (the maximum
allowed).

(i)Choose "<Reboot>"

Note:detach the ISO image from the virtual machine so that

it will boot into the installed OS. If you see the "Installation" option

again, it means you're booting from the ISO still!

5.Done.....Now you are running Android v4.0 with seamless mouse support.

6.Go to www.android-x86.org for more downloads and support but
this is easy than www.android-x86.org tells


1.First of all Attachment VirtualBox or VMLite binaries.

(a)VirtualBox-https://www.virtualbox.org/

(b)VMLite-www.vmlite.com/

2.Then Attachment Android v4.0.

Android v4.0 Link-http://www.kirsle.net/projects/Android/android-x86-vm-20120130.iso(244
MB).

3.Create a virtual machine.

Settings for virtual machine-

(a)Machine Name: "Android ICS" (you can name it anything you want)



(b) Machine Type: "Linux 2.6"
© Memory: 1024 MB(recommended)

(d) Hard Disk: create a new 16GB VDI image that dynamically expands



(e)Networking: Type: NAT, Adaptor: "Intel Pro/1000 MT Desktop
(82540EM)"



(f)Audio: Intel AC'97



(g)Storage Layout:IDE Controller:CD Device,SATA Controller:Hard Disk



4.Installation(Take care about VM which should boot from the iso image)



(a)On the boot screen, select "Installation - Install Android-x86 to
harddisk"



(b)Choose "Create/Modify Partitions". This takes you into cfdisk.



1. Choose "[New]"



2. Choose "[Primary]"



3. Press enter to accept the default partition size



4. Choose "[Bootable]"



5. Choose "[Write]"



6. Type "yes" to confirm writing.



7. Choose "[Quit]"



©Choose to install on the sda1 device (Linux VBOX HARDDISK)



(d) Choose to format the drive "ext3"



(e) Pick "Yes" to confirm formatting.



(f) Pick "Yes" when it asks to install the GRUB bootloader.



(g) Pick "Yes" when it asks to mount /system as read-write (this will
be important later to install the Google apps).



(h) Create a fake SD card when it prompts. I made mine 2047MB (the maximum
allowed).



(i)Choose "<Reboot>"



Note:detach the ISO image from the virtual machine so that

it will boot into the installed OS. If you see the "Installation" option

again, it means you're booting from the ISO still!

5.Done.....Now you are running Android v4.0 with seamless mouse support.

6.Go to www.android-x86.org for more downloads and support but
this is easy than www.android-x86.org tells

#Praise the creator not the creations#
-Mr.lonely


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