How to run Android on VirtualBox
VirtualBox is a world known tool for virtualization. You can easily setup different operating systems on your host OS using the app`s exceptionally useful functionality. Below you can find a detailed manual on how to install Android on VirtualBox with plenty of detailed screenshots.
How to run Android on VirtualBox?
Now, navigate to Installation / Install Android-x86 to Harddisk and hit Enter. The installation will be launched automatically. To create a partition for Android installation, choose Create-Modify partitions.
Here you will be asked about the size of the needed partition. Hit Enter one more time to set up the full space for the partition. Now select Bootable and move to Write option. Press Enter.
Once you`ve coped with this option, highlight Quit and hit Enter. After that you will see the partition at the top of your screen, selected by default. Press Enter to initiate installing Android to this partition.
Now Android OS will be able to boot from your VM like any other operating system. Choose the Language in the welcome menu and move forward. Wait for a couple of seconds and you will be asked for switching Wi-Fi on. Skip this step, since it will use the standard internet connection of your VM.
Congratulations! Now you are able to use Android OS on your PC!