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Is there any way to emulate the Android OS on Windows 7 PC?

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Posted: 02-07-2012 @ 22:02:39
Well, I don't think anyone who's writing android apps in their right mind would even consider doing a windows emulator/simulation, that's like taking steps in the wrong direction lol... But, what app is it that you're trying to find maybe someone on here could help you find something similar
Posted: 11-11-2011 @ 14:05:41
Yes u can.Heres a download link for Android OS 2.2 http://safelinking.net/p/7b8b929d18 Follow the following steps:Download VMWare from the following link : http://www.fileserve.com/file/6RgkcnA/VMware.Workstation.v8.0.0.471780.rar and create a virtual machine using the Android OS that u have downloaded earlier or u can simply burn the iso file to a CD and install it like any other OS.
Posted: 06-11-2011 @ 00:11:46
not emulate.put it in partitiom or vmwire.you can emulate apps.
Posted: 30-10-2011 @ 19:31:08
You can download apps directly from the internet and install them, but this emulator doesn’t have the market. Check back in a few days, though; we’ve got a cool upcoming post that’ll show you how to try out Android Market apps in the emulator!
Posted: 30-10-2011 @ 14:27:53
Would you like to test drive the latest version of Google’s Android OS without buying a new mobile device? Here’s how you can run Android on your PC for free with the Android SDK Emulator. Android is the latest mobile OS to take the world by storm, but everyone doesn’t have access to the latest mobile devices. Thankfully, there’s an easy way to run Android on your Windows, Mac, or Linux computer. Google provides an Android emulator with their SDK, which is designed to let developers test their apps on Android before running them on handsets. We can use this to test drive Android on our computer, here’s how to do it.
Posted: 28-10-2011 @ 20:38:00
yes there is bro :) he Android Emulator requires Java to run, so if you don’t already have Java installed on your computer, download it from the link below and install as normal. image Note: When installing Java, make sure not to install any crapware it tries to sneak in like the worthless Yahoo toolbar. sshot-2010-07-12-[19-46-59] Then, download the Android SDK from Google (link below), and make sure to select the correct version for your computer. Once it’s downloaded, unzip the files as normal. image In Windows, run the SDK Setup.exe program to get started running Android on your PC. sshot-2010-07-09-[15-18-57] The SDK will check Google’s servers for available packages. sshot-2010-07-09-[15-19-09] If you see an SSL error message, click the Settings tab on the left in the SDK and AVD Manager window that opened in the background. Here, uncheck the Force https box, click Ok, and then reopen the setup. image Now, the Package Installer will open. You can choose what you want to install, and then click Install to begin installing the Android emulator on your computer. image By default, all of the SDK platforms, samples, and APIs will be selected for install. This can take quite a while to download, as several versions of Android are currently available. If you only want to play around with Android, choose the version you want. You’ll want the SDK Platform Android your.version. Then click the Reject bullet on all the other entries, and click Install. We wanted to try out the latest Android 2.2 as well as the older 1.5, so we downloaded both of them. image Once you’ve started installing, you’ll see a window showing the download and installation progress. This may take a few minutes, depending on your Internet speed. sshot-2010-07-09-[16-58-07] You’ll have some little Androids in your taskbar, but unfortunately they don’t show the download progress. sshot-2010-07-09-[15-25-59] Setup an Android Emulator Once the download is completed, you can setup an emulator to test drive Android on your computer. Select the Virtual Devices from the left menu, and then click the New button on the right. sshot-2010-07-12-[14-55-47] Enter a name for your virtualized Android, and select the version of Android you want to use from the drop-down menu. This will only show the version you installed previously, so you may only see one version listed depending on your selection. sshot-2010-07-09-[19-24-18] Enter a size under the SD Card entry; this is a virtual SD card that’s actually an IMG file that Android will use to store your settings and files in. Then, select a screen size from the skin options. The default is a standard, Nexus One-type display, while the others are different sizes including even a BlackBerry-style device. image Click Create AVD when you’re finished. image The program may appear to freeze while it is creating the AVD, so just wait until you see the confirmation window. sshot-2010-07-09-[16-59-47] You’re now ready to run Android on your PC! Select your new virtual Android, and click Start on the right. sshot-2010-07-09-[17-00-11] You can choose to scale the display if you’ve chosen a larger screen size than your monitor will fit, and then select Launch. sshot-2010-07-09-[17-02-08] Android will now begin to load in your emulator. Several command prompt windows may open, and then you’ll see the emulator itself. Notice that the default, large screen size will display a keypad and virtual buttons on the right side of the emulated device. sshot-2010-07-09-[17-02-21] Android may take several minutes to load, especially on your first run. After a while, the boot screen will switch to an Android boot animation. image Finally, you’ll be presented with your new Android home screen! Use your mouse as you would normally, though remember that you don’t need to double-click to open apps. image You can open pre-installed apps from the launcher menu, though unfortunately these emulator images do not include the Android Marketplace. image View your favorite websites in the browser, and they will render just as they would on an Android device. Note that you can enter text using the on screen keyboard in the emulator, or with your standard keyboard. Since this is an emulator, you may notice some lag in entering text. image You can also install Apps that are directly available online. image Default apps such as Email work great, and you can even see most of the device settings in Android. image Click and hold on the home screen to change the background or try out widgets. image You’ll even see the nifty Android Lock screen if you leave your virtual machine alone for a few minutes. Just click the arrow and drag it to the other side of the screen to unlock. image You can always repeat the steps later to create a new Android virtual machine. Here we’ve created an Android 1.5 virtual machine with the QVGA screen size. image We did experience a few crashes in our tests, and the emulator felt somewhat sluggish, but in all, it’s fun to try out a new mobile OS without spending money on a new phone. image Launch Android Virtual Machines Later Anytime you want to launch your Android virtual machines in the emulator, just run the SDK Setup.exe as before, and select them from the Virtual Devices list. Alternately, you can launch an emulator directly from the command line. To do this, browse to your Android SDK folder and open the Tools folder. Press the Shift key and right-click, and then select Open Command Window Here. image Now enter the following in the Command Prompt, substituting the name of your Android virtual machine for your_device: emulator @your_device image Create a Shortcut For Your Android Alternately, right-click on the Emulator.exe in the SDK Tools folder, and select Create Shortcut. image This shortcut would actually only run the emulator in Command Prompt and not load an actual virtual device. We’ll need to change the properties to do this, so right-click and select Properties. image Select the Shortcut tab, and then scroll to the end of the Target box. Enter the name of your virtual Android as before, as @your_Android after the emulator.exe, and then click Ok. SNAGHTML1bb380c Now you can launch your Android directly from your Desktop or Start menu. image Conclusion Whether you’re a developer who wants to write the next greatest app for Android or are simply are curious about Android and would like to try it out without buying a new phone, the Android Emulator is a great way to get started for free. It is also a great way to try out new versions of Android if you have an older device. We were disappointed that the Android Marketplace wasn’t included. but check back in the next couple days and we’ll show you how to run it in the emulator! regards vivek more info to run anroid on win7 is on http://www.howtogeek.com/ i have tested my self running andrid on my laptop regards vivek :)
Posted: 28-10-2011 @ 13:11:04
yes u can . a application development for andriod software for windows have such a system but actully it is not developed for that propose its main propose is to check and develop apps for andriod device but still we can use as a emulator too and u may also require a andriod running device with u for doing this
Posted: 27-10-2011 @ 20:00:24
No Way to emulate android os on windows 7 pc bcos android is a mobile os not supported by intel atom proccesor.
Posted: 27-10-2011 @ 09:22:09
for installing latest 4.0 version sdk on your pc follow the instructions below- 1-download apache ant 1.8 from http://ant.apache.org/bindownload.cgi 2-now download adt 12 from dl.google.com/android/ADT-12.0.0.zip 3-also download jdk latest version from www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Sun-Java-JDK-Download-82226.html 4-download eclipse from softpedia.com/progDownload/Eclipse-Download-22760.html 5-download android 4.0 sdk from dl.google.com/android/installer_r14-windows.exe or dl.google.com/android/installer_r14-windows.zip finally install everything from first to last. installing instructions & updates are available @ developer.android.com/sdk/index.html you will install these on your windows 7 pc, so you can run both windows & android files simultaneously.
Posted: 24-10-2011 @ 15:56:47
the simplest way i am suggesting here- 1-download apache ant 1.8 from http://ant.apache.org/bindownload.cgi 2-now download adt 12 from dl.google.com/android/ADT-12.0.0.zip 3-also download jdk latest version from www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Sun-Java-JDK-Download-82226.html 4-download eclipse from softpedia.com/progDownload/Eclipse-Download-22760.html 5-download android 3.2 sdk from dl.google.com/android/installer_r13-windows.zip or dl.google.com/android/installer_r13-windows.exe finally install everything from first to last. installing instructions & updates are available @ developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
Posted: 24-10-2011 @ 15:52:02
You can download Android SDK. But I will tell you something new just Download & install Android Emulator which is patched to run on a Windows PC as a standalone app without having to download and install the complete Android SDK. It has been tested on windows 7 x64bits version. Installation instructions for standalone Android Emulator on Windows 1. Download Android Emulator v1. 5 for Windows. 2. Extract the contents of the .rar file. 3. Now rename the extracted folder to "Android-Emulator ". 4. Download the patched executable files from attachments.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=221705&d=1251503974 5. Copy/ Paste these patched files into the newly named “Android-Emulator ” folder. That’s it! You can now test and run the complete emulated mobile Android OS on your computer without having to download and install the SDK. You can even install Android compatible apps on it.
Posted: 24-10-2011 @ 15:49:12
XDA-Developers forum member xda2_haseeb has managed to extract and run Android Emulator on Windows which comes as a part of Google Android SDK package. For those of you who want to take Android on a ride for general OS look and feel can use this standalone Android Emulator which is patched to run on a Windows PC as a standalone app without having to download and install the complete Android SDK. Installation instructions for standalone Android Emulator on Windows 1. Download Android Emulator v1.5 for Windows. 2. Extract the contents of the .rar file. 3. Now rename the extracted folder to "Android-Emulator". 4. Download the patched executable files from here. 5. Copy/Paste these patched files into the newly named “Android-Emulator” folder. That’s it! You can now test and run the complete emulated mobile Android OS on your computer without having to download and install the SDK. You can even install Android compatible apps on it. Check out this link for more on installing apps and moving files on and off the phone. I have tested it on Windows 7 x64 and it works flawlessly on it.
Posted: 23-10-2011 @ 11:10:23