Sunday, October 27, 2013

Install and Run Android 4 SDK and Ice Cream Sandwich on PC

See below the step-by-step instructions on how to set up and install the Android 4 SDK on your PC.
Step 1 - Download the Android SDK files from: HERE. Select x86 or Windows Version if you are using Microsoft Windows OS.
Step 2 - Extract or install the Android SDK files you just downloaded to any location on your PC.
Step 3 - Now, open the folder where you have extracted the SDK and run the “SDK Manager” application.
Step 4 - The application will load and fetch all the Android SDK packages.
Step 5 - Once the SDK manger complete the loading process, now you can select the packages you want to install. Here, we will be only selecting the “Android 4.0 (API 14)” and “Android SDK Platform-tools” (under Tools).
Step 6 - Now Click on “Install  packages…”. You will be prompted to confirm the packages you have selected for installation.
Step 7 - Then Click on the “Install” button and wait for the all the packages to download from internet and install.
Click Finish and Close the SDK Manager, when all the packages are downloaded and installed on your PC.

Set Up Android 4.0 Emulator

Once you installed Android SDK r14 packages and tools, now its time to set up the Android Emulator so that you can run Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) on your PC.
Step 8 - Open Android SDK folder and run “AVD Manager”. Click on “New” and create a Virtual Device with details as in the screenshot below.
Step 9 - Click “OK” on the result window.
Step 10 -Select the virtual device you just created from the list and click on “Start”.
Step 11 - No need to change anything in the Launch Options Just Click on the “Launch” button.
Step 12 - The emulator will start after a few Command Prompt windows flicker and then you will see the following screen where your Android device will be booting up. It may take around 5 minutes to boot when loading for the first time.
Step 13 - Once your Android 4 loaded in Emulator, you will see the Welcome Screen.

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