This guide will cover the process required to install Android OS on Virtualbox. Let’s begin!
Make sure you have following available on your system:
- Android ISO File
Create VM For Android:
Now, we have to create a new virtual machine for the android OS. Open the virtualbox and the following interface will appear:
From there, click on the new icon and provide a name for your virtual machine, along with some different settings:
After that, provide the following settings:
- RAM >= 2GB
- Processors >= 2
- Disk Size >=20GB
- Your VM will now be created:
After that, navigate to the settings option, and select storage from there to add the ISO File:
Now, navigate to the Network option and Select Your Network Adapter. For this guide, NAT is used.
Install Android On VirtualBox:
After all the settings are complete, click on the start button to start the installation of android on virtualbox.
From the below-attached image, select Advanced Options and hit Enter:
From there, select Auto Installation and hit the Enter key.
Once all the installation is done, press the key down to end auto boot. Select the first boot option and press e to end boot.
From the above-attached image replace
quiet = nomodeset xforcevesa and press the Enter key once finished.
Lastly, type reboot and hit Enter to restart the system. Once the system restarts and after providing all the settings options the Android OS will now be enabled on VirtualBox: