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[PC][Windows/Mac/Linux] Android Emulation For PC

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Big Thanks To Android VM & GenyMotion Team Who Are Authors Of This Softwares.

Files And Tutorials Are Used And Partially Created According My Expirience And Also Colected From Internet & Various Forums.
All Regards Are Going To Their Authors.

I'm Not Responsible For Any Eventual Errors And Misbehaving Of Your Devices.


- REQUIREMENTS -

  • PC COMPUTER:

  1. OpenGL 2.0 capable graphic card, with an up-to-date driver
  2. VT-x or AMD-V capable CPU, enabled in BIOS settings
  3. At least 512MB of RAM memory
  4. At least 100 MB of free space on Hard Drive for Genymotion installation)
  5. A minimum of 2GB of free space is required to deploy each Genymotion virtual devices.
  6. They might need more than 8 GB depending on your usage of the virtual devices and the applications you have installed.
  7. Screen resolution greater than 1024 x 768 pixels
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  • INTERNET CONNECTION
  • WINDOWS 2000/XP/7/8 OR LINUX (ANY DISTRIBUTON)
  • ORACLE VIRTUAL BOX(LINK)
  • JAVA PLUGIN (LINK)
  • 7-ZIP ARCHIVER(LINK) / OR EQUIVALENT


ANDROID VM

INTRODUCTION & DESCRIPTION

The “AndroVM” initiative aims at providing a “as good as possible” support to run Android in Virtual environments.

The main objective of AndroVM is to provide Android developers a better way to test their software (better than the qemu emulator provided with the Android SDK).


DISPLAY

You can use “Software OpenGL” which uses the VirtualBox VGA driver for display or use “Hardware OpenGL” and use the “AndroVM player” external application for display.


Software OpenGL

We use the “UVesa” linux driver and a software-only OpenGL implementation.
The video resolution can be set through the “AndroVM Configuration” android application embedded in the VM.

Screen orientation change is supported : if an application rotates the screen, it will rotate automatically.


Hardware OpenGL

Hardware OpenGL ES 2.0 support is included in AndroVM, thanks to the work done by Google.
To use it you have to enable it in the “AndroVM configuration” Android app and install “AndroVM player” on your host.

The TCP connections used to exchange OpenGL content are initiated from the host to the VM.
Thus, it’s now possible to have multiple AndroVM running with Hardware OpenGL ; this way, we should also have less problems with firewall software running on the host.

An important thing is that, to use “Hardware OpenGL”, you have to configure the first virtual network card to be conntected to a “host only network”
The AndroVMplayer tool can now configure it for you : if the first virtual network card of the VM seems not correctly configured, AndroVMplayer will propose you to set it up for you.

When using Hardware OpenGL, the resolution and DPI are not set in the “AndroVM configuration” app but are supplied as parameters when you start “AndroVM player” :
the first three parameters are : width, height, DPI. For exemple you would start “AndroVMplayer 1280 720 160″ to have a 1280×720 resolution with 160 DPI.

For Linux/Mac OS versions, you have to use the “run.sh” script to start AndroVMplayer, for example “run.sh 1280 720 160″,
whereas on Windows, you directly start AndroVMplayer.exe, for example “AndroVMplayer 1280 720 160″.



KEYBOARD

By default, the system will use the hardware keyboard. But you can choose to disable it in order to use the Android virtual keyboard (this could be important for application testing).
Keyboard configuration is done through the “AndroVM configuration” android application.

Some special (hardware) keys :
  • To unlock screen, press the “Home” or “F1″ key
  • The android “back” button is mapped to the physical “Esc” key


STORAGE

The VM on ICS (4.0.x) comes with 2 virtual hard disks :
  • one with the android system (boot, /system, /data, …)
  • one with sdcard
The VM on JB (4.1.x) comes with 3 virtual hard disks :
  • one with the android system (boot, /system, …)
  • one for the /data android directory
  • one with sdcard

If you insert a USB stick and connect it to the VM (using VirtualBox) it will be mounted in /mnt/USB
VirtualBox shared folders are supported ; all the “auto-mount” shared folders configured for the VM will be mounted in the “/mnt/shared” directory.

NETWORKING

The AndroVM comes with 2 virtual Ethernet cards :
  • The first one (eth0) is dedicated to ‘management’ but is, by default, configured as a “null connexion”
  • The second one (eth1) is used by the system to emulate a Wifi connection

To use the eth0 management connection, you have to configure the first network card of your VM as a “host only network” and attach it to a DHCP-enabled network
– if you don’t have such a network in your VirtualBox configuration, you can create one (go to the general ‘File’ menu, then ‘Parameters’ and ‘Network’).The “AndroVM Configuration” can be used to know the IP address used by the network management card (eth0).
Then you can execute an “adb connect [IP]” and connect to your AndroVM (shell, push/pull files, …) and debug your application directly from Eclipse.

INSTALLATION

The AndroVM can be downloaded as an “OVA” file. Once dowloaded, you just have to import it in VirtualBox.


Please note AndroVM comes in 3 different versions :
  • vbox86p : Built for a “phone”, 480×800 default resolution
  • vbox86t : Built for a “tablet”, 1024×600 default resolution
  • vbox86tp : Built for a “tablet” with phone capabilities, 1024×600 default resolution

INSTALLATION OF GOOGLE APPS

  • Download Google Apps [basically the /system directory from the Cyanogen gapps archive without the GoogleTTS app which crashes on AndroVM]
  • Untar the gapps…tgz file on your host – you’ll have a system directory created
  • Get the management IP address of your AndroVM (“AndroVM Configuration” tool) and do “adb connect x.y.z.t”
  • do “adb root”
  • reconnect with “adn connect x.y.z.t”
  • do “adb remount”
  • do “adb push system/ /system/”

Your VM will reboot and you should have google apps including Market/Play.

You won’t have some Google Apps, like Maps, but they can be downloaded from the Market/Play.


CONFIGURATION TUTORIAL

Network Adapter

To run with hardware acceleration, as for using the ADB with AndroVM, you’ll need an “Host Only” network adapter. To create one, open VirtualBox, get to the “File” menu, “Preferences…”, “Network”.





Don’t forget to enable DHCP Server for this network adapter.





Importing VM
Now, you can import the VM into VirtualBox. Just double-click on the OVA file, or use “File” menu, “Import Appliance”.
It can be a good idea to rename the VM into something more friendly.





Setting-up VM




By default, AndroVM has its first network adapter set to disable. Go to the VM network settings and set it to “Host Only Adapter”





Then, start the VM. Now, you’ve got a fully functional software-rendered AndroVM. Now, open the AndroVM Config app, and check the box to enable hardware OpenGL.





Note that you might see the VM IP on the top off the app. This is the Management IP. You can adb connect this IP.
If there’s no IP address, then you won’t be able to use hardware OpenGL. Verify your host-only adapter configuration.
Click on the “Save” button, The VM will restart.




The VM will stay in that state. Now it’s time to run the AndroVMplayer.


AndroVMplayer

The AndroVMplayer is a software used to display the VM content and manage its events. It won’t work if the VM is not running !
Open a command line interpreter, get to the AndroVMplayer directory, and type :


AndroVMplayer [width] [height] [density]



Wait a few seconds, and the Android boot animation will appear in the AndroVMplayer.

Typical problems

AndroVMplayer blocks on “waiting for connection from VM”
  • If the VM shows a Management IP, try to connect to the VM through adb. If it doesn’t work, then turn off your firewall
  • If the VM doesn’t show a Management IP, the your network adapter is not well configured

DOWNLOAD ANDROID VM :


OVA FILES:



NOTE : If you plan to use AndroVM to install applications from Google Play, you should use vbox86p or vbox86tp versions as it appeared that some apps will only install “phone capable” Android devices.

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[PC][Windows/Mac/Linux] Android Emulation For PC

This post was edited by BalcanGSM 23:30,Jul-25-2013

GENYMOTION

INTRODUCTION & DESCRIPTION

              Genymotion is a complete set of tools that provides a virtual environment for Android.
It can be very useful for developers, testers, salesman or even gamers.

It is available for most operating systems: Windows, Linux and MacOS X.
It is as simple to install        as powerful to use.

      
   

FEATURES

              Android as its best

        
  • OpenGL acceleration to achieve the best 3D performance
  • Install application from Google Play
  • Enable full screen option and improve your experience

Fully controllable


        
  • Start multiple virtual device at the same time
  • Manage sensors:            
    • Battery level / status
    • GPS
    • Accelerator
             
  • Directly command virtual devices sensors with Genymotion shell
  • Fully compatible with ADB. You can control your virtual device from the host

        Manage your devices

        
  • Easy to install
  • Compatible with Microsoft Windows 32/64 bits, Mac OSX 10.5+ and Linux 32/64 bits
  • Configure virtual devices:            
    • Screen resolution
    • Memory quantity
    • CPU unit quantity
             
  • Download and deploy easily the lastests Genymotion Virtual Device

        Start your virtual devices from Eclipse

        
  • Test your applications with Genymotion
      
   

INSTALLATION

              Register

  • Go to Genymotion Register Page
  • In signup form, fill the fields with your personnal informations
  • Click on Sign up button
  • You'll receive a validation E-mail. Click on the validation link to finish
  • You'll receive another E-mail, indicating that your registration is now complete

Download Genymotion        


Install Genymotion

Depending of your system, follow the install process:
  • Windows            
    • Double click on msi installer
    • Choose the installer language (the Genymotion language depends of your system language) and click on Next button
    • Click on Next button again
    • Change the path if needed (the default path is C:\Program Files\Genymobile\Genymotion) then click on Next button
    • Click on Next button again
    • Choose weither or not create desktop icon. Then click on Next button
    • Click on Install button
    • Click on Finish button
             
  • MacOS X            
    • Open the dmg installer
    • Move Genymotion and Genymotion shell to application directory
             
  • Linux            In a terminal:
    1. chmod +x [InstallerPath]/genymotion.bin
    2. [InstallerPath]/genymotion.bin
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FIRST START

            
  • Run Genymotion         
    • Windows              Click on the icon on your desktop
    • MacOS              Click on the icon from the Application directory
    • Linux              Launch
      1. [InstallationPath]/genymotion
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  • The main window appears:         




  • Click on Add button.         

    The main window appears:


             


  • Click on Connect button         

    Fill with your username or your email address, then fill the password field and click on Connect button


             
  • Select a virtual device in the bottom list and clic on add button :         




  • Click on next button         




  • Choose a name for your new virtual device, and then click on Finish         




  • Click on close to come back to the main window
  • Click on play then discover         



      
   


            
GENYMOTION APPLICATION GUIDE


              Manage window

The main Genymotion window lets you manage your virtual Genymotion devices:


        

In the main menubar, you can:
  • Open the execution window that launch the selected virtual device
  • Add a new virtual device
  • Open/Close the main menu
        When clicking on the menu button:        
  • Open the settings window
  • Open the help window
  • Open the about window
  • Quit the application
        You can also use the dedicated button or the context menu on each virtual device to:        
  • Configure virtual machine settings (resolution, DPI, Android navigation bar, ...)
  • Remove a virtual device

Virtual device creation window

When clicking on the 'Add' button of the main window, it will open the virtual device creation window:


        
        

From this window, you can choose and create virtual device from the ones available online, or locally:
  • The top list that contains the already downloaded virtual devices
  • The bottom list that contains the virtual devices available for your account to download

Cloud connection window

When opening for the first time, the virtual device creation window, you will be prompt for your login credentials:


         

Manager settings window

        

  • Set the ADB path: indicate here where Android SDK is installed. ADB executable will be found automatically.
  • Set HTTP proxy: If you go through a HTTP proxy, indicate here the FQDN or IP address of one.
  • Set the login and password for HTTP proxy: if your HTTP proxy require a basic authentication, indicate here the login/password used to authenticate you.
  • Warning: only BASIC authentication is supported, not NTLM or Kerberos.

Virtual device settings

        

This is the window where the virtual device can be configured to change its resolution, density, ...
  • Predefined screen size: set the resolution and density from a predefined list.
  • Custom screen size: set manually the resolution and density. Warning, you may experience issues using custom density and resolution values.
  • Run virtual device in full screen mode: if checked, starts the virtual device in full-screen mode and set its resolution to your screen resolution.
  • Show Android navigation bar: if checked, starts the virtual device with the Android navigation bar enabled (with 3 Android buttons: Back, Home and Recent applications)

Execution Window

        

This is the window where the virtual device is running and where you can interact with it
  • Genymotion widget buttons            
    • Genymotion widget Battery button (CTRL + 1)
    • Genymotion widget GPS button (CTRL + 2)
             
  • Control buttons            
    • Virtual device rotation button (CTRL + F11)
    • Volume up button (CTRL + +)
    • Volume down button (CTRL + -)
    • Recent applications button(CTRL + SPACE)
    • Back button (CTRL + BACKSPACE)
    • Home button (CTRL + HOME)
    • Power button (CTRL + ESCAP)
             

Battery widget

        

The battery widget allows modifications of the battery level,        power status and power mode of the Genymotion virtual device.


First, open the widget using the correponding panel button
  • Activate the simulated battery mode            By default, the Genymotion virtual device simulates the same battery            as the one present in your computer.
    This button activate the simulation            of a battery with custom values that you can adjust to test your application.
                When your computer does not have a battery (desktop computer for example),            the simulated is automatically activated.
  • Modify the battery power level            When the simulated battery is activated, you can specify the Genymotion            current battery level using the slider or by entering manually            the value in the corresponding field.
  • Modify the status            When the simulated battery is activated, you can also modify the            current status of the battery with the corresponding button:

    • Charging: the AC is plugged in and the battery is currently in charging state
    • Discharging: the AC is unplugged and the battery is currently in discharging state
             

GPS widget

           

The GPS widgets allows *real time* activation and modifications of the position,accuracy and orientation.
  • Activate the GPS                When you activate the GPS with the corresponding button, you enable the reception                of generated GPS frames in the Genymotion virtual device.
    When it is not activated,                the GPS is not able to refresh the position, and the last known location is used.
  • Modify position                Using the latitude and longitude field, you can specify the current position you want to simulated.                They must be specified in degrees: the latitude from -90.0° to 90.0°, and the longitude from -180 to 180°
  • Modify the altitude                You can specify a custom altitude from -10000 m to 10000 m
  • Modify accuracy                You can specify a custom accuracy value using the slider or by entering the desired value from 0 to 200 m.
  • Modify bearing                You can modify the bearing using the corresponding dial, or by entering the desired value form 0 to 359,99°
    Note than many applications do not rely on the GPS orientation,                but use the device accelerometer or gyroscope to determine the bearing of the device,                which are not yet supported.


    GENYMOTION SHELL


                  Genymotion provides a shell that enables you to script the modification of sensor states.


            Command line options

            
    • -h Print help
    • -r ip_address Connect to specific Genymotion Virtual Device
    • -c "command" Execute the given command in genyshell environment and return
    • -f file Execute the content of the file. Each command per line


            Available commands

            
    • battery getmode
      Return the current battery mode of the selected virtual device. The mode can only be:            

      • host: The virtual battery reflect the host battery (if exists)
      • manual: In this mode, you can set the level and status battery values
               
    • battery setmode
      Set the battery mode. The mode can only be:            

      • host: The virtual battery reflect the host battery (if exists)
      • manual: In this mode, you can set the level and status battery values
               
    • battery getlevel
                  Return the current battery amount of power. The value can only be between 0% and 100%.
                  If the battery mode is "host", the returned value is the host value.         
    • battery setlevel
                  Set the current battery amount of power. The value can only be between 0% and 100%.
                  Set the battery level force the "manual" mode: if the last mode was "host", then it's turned to "manual"         
    • battery getstatus
      Return the current battery status. There are 4 possible status:            

      • Discharging: The power supply is disconnected and the battery is discharging.              
      • Charging: The power supply is connected and the battery is charging.              
      • Full: The battery is full.              
      • Unknown: Sometimes, the battery status cannot be established, it happens when there is no host battery.            
               
    • battery setstatus
      Set the current battery status. There are 4 possible status:            

      • Discharging: The power supply is disconnected and the battery is discharging.              
      • Charging: The power supply is connected and the battery is charging.              
      • Full: The battery is full.              
      • Unknown: Sometimes, the battery status cannot be established, it happens when there is no host battery.            
               
                   
    • devices list
      List available Genymotion virtual devices and provides details like current states or IP address.
    • devices ping
      Send a ping message to check if virtual device if responding
    • devices refresh
      Refresh Genymotion virtual device list. Use it to keep the list up-to-date.
    • devices select
      Select the Genymotion virtual device you want to interact with.
    • devices show
      List available Genymotion virtual devices and provides details like current states or IP address

                   
    • gps activate
      Activate the GPS sensor (if not already activated)
    • gps desactivate
      Desactivate the GPS sensor (if activated)
    • gps getlatitude
      Return current latitude (if GPS is activated AND already has a latitude) or 0
    • gps setlatitude
      Set latitude (and activate GPS if not allready activated)
    • gps getlongitude
      Return current longitude (if GPS is activated AND allready has a longitude) or 0
    • gps setlongitude
      Set longitude (and activate GPS if not allready activated)
    • gps getaltitude
      Return current  altitude (if GPS is activated AND allready has a altitude) or 0
    • gps setaltitude
      Set altitude (and activate GPS if not allready activated)
    • gps getaccuracy
      Return current accuracy in meters (if GPS is activated AND allready has a accuracy) or 0
    • gps setaccuracy
      Set accuracy (and activate GPS if not allready activated)
    • gps getorientation
      Return current orientation in meters (if GPS is activated AND allready has a orientation) or 0
    • gps setorientation
      Set orientation (and activate GPS if not allready activated)

            
    • rotation setangle
      Set the rotation angle of the virtual device.

                   
    • android version
      Return the Android version of the selected virtual device
    • build number
      Return the genymotion shell build number
    • help
      Prompt the help.
    • pause
      Pause execution (in number of seconds).
    • version
      Return Genymotion Shell version.
    • exit or quit
      Close Genymotion Shell.

          
      



    ECLIPSE PLUGIN



                  One of the most interesting feature of Genymotion is that you can test your application developed with         Eclipse IDE.
    It uses ADB to connect to any active Genymotion Virtual Devices and then push your application.


    Plug-in installation

    There are two ways to install the plug-in:


    • Update Site method            
      • Start Eclipse
      • Go to the "Help/Install New Software..." menu
      • In the new opened window, click on "Add..." button (on top right of the window)
      • Fill the fields with these items and then validate:               
                      
      • You should see a tree with Genymobile < Genymotion names
      • Check those entries and then, click "Next"
      • Read and Accept the license
      • Eclipse will warn you that the plug-in is not signed, accept it even though
      • To finish the installation, restart Eclipse
      • After Eclipse's restart, you'll see a new button on the toolbar:               
      • Finally, you can check install : Go to "Help/About" menu, click on "Installation Details" button. In the "Plug-in" column Genymotion should appear


               
    • Manual method            
      • Ensure Eclipse is closed
      • Download the plug-in on Genymotion official download page
      • Depending of you system, follow the steps:               
        • Windows
          • If you have administrator rights, put the jar archive  in plugins directory of your Eclipse install
          • Without administrator rights, put the jar archive in plugins directory of your Local Settings\Eclipse
                            
        • Mac OS X
          • With administrator rights, put the jar archive  in plugins directory of your Eclipse install
                            
        • Linux
          • If you have administrator rights, put the jar archive  in plugins directory of your Eclipse install
          • Without administrator rights, put the jar archive in plugins directory of your /home/[user]/Eclipse
                            
                      
               

    Plug-in usage

    Click on in Eclipse toolbar to open the plug-in

    First start
    • You will need to set path to Genymotion installation directory (Given default path only works for standard's Genymobile install):


      • Windows: C:\Program Files\Genymobile\Genymotion
      • MacOS X: /Applications/Genymotion.app
      • Linux: /home/[user]/genymotion

               
    • Click on "Apply" and then "OK"
    • Click again on to prompt the main plug-in window



    Actions

    In the plug-in main window, you can do the following steps:
    • Start a Genymotion Virtual Device
    • Create a new Genymotion Virtual Device
    • Refresh the list of Genymotion Virtual Device

    "Create" action will automatically start the Genymotion creation wizard

    Virtual Device states

    In the "status" column of the main window can take the following status:
    • Off: The virtual device is in Off state
    • Paused: The virtual device has been started, and then paused : restart action will get back at exactly same state
    • On: The virtual device is on, but not connected to ADB. It means that you cannot choose this virtual device in the "Android Device Chooser" window of ADT plug-in
    • Connected: The virtual device is started and connected to ADB. It means that this virtual device will be available in the "Android Device Chooser" window of ADT plug-in

    Use a Genymotion to play Android application

    • First, click on and start or create the VM you want to use.
    • Close the Genymotion main window
    • In your application project, right click and chose "Run as Android application"
    • The "Android Devices Chooser" opens
    • Click on the Genymotion virtual device you started/created            Genymotion-VMNAME-@IP:PORT            Where:            
      • VMNAME is the Virtual Device name, as define in Genymotion
      • @IP:PORT are the device address and port (assigned by ADB)
                  
      After a reboot or an unexpected halt of a Genymotion Virtual Device, its displayed name in the "Android Devices Chooser" window can became unrelated. Close and re-open the Genymotion plug-in to resolve this
               

    Error handling

    While Genymotion plug-in window is open, errors are printed in Eclipse console.



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The ANDROID VM PLAYER does not list all the Android VMs that are installed in Virtual Box...
they are listed in Virtual Box, but do not appear when I load ANDROID VM PLAYER...
only the Genymotion appears in both Virtual Box and ANDROID VM PLAYER...
how to solve this?
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00:06, Sep-15-2013
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wow, great features.... I'm going to try it in my second linux pc !!!
Thank you guy
MIUI, what's the best ? ...
Thanks Xiaomi

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