Configuring an Android 5.1 RC1 VM

Continuing on from my last blog post about how to install an Android 5.1 RC1 VM, I will now take you through the configuring an Android process.   1. As soon as you boot, you will see the Android logo. 2. Click Next (yellow arrow). Watch out for the mouse/touch...

How to Setup Android 5.1 RC1 on Hyper-V

Not that long ago, I wrote a blog set about how to create an Android 4.4 R5 VM. Shortly after completing those posts, I stumbled across Android 5.1 RC1. Why am I using these Android VMs? The answer is simple: I want to test ConfigMgr, Intune and all the cool features...

Android VM Setup Tips

You finally setup your Android VM! Congratulations! Here are a few tips that I found useful and I think that you will too. Turn Off the Screensaver I know this one might seem like a dumb tip, but seriously, this one will save you from a lot of frustration. Why? If you...

How to Configure a First-Time Android VM

In my last two blog posts, I showed you how to create a VM and then how to install an Android 4.4 R5 within that VM. In this blog post I will show you how to configure a first-time Android device. 1. After the initial boot, the Android logo will appear on the screen...

How to Install Android 4.4 R5 on a VM

In this blog post I will continue to show you how to create an Android virtual machine (VM). Once the VM is created, you need to install Android 4.4 R5. 1. Download Android 4.4-R5 ISO. 2. Ensure that the Android ISO is attached to the VM. 3. Start the VM and then...

How to Create a VM for Android 4.4 R5

Over four blog posts, I will show you how to create an Android virtual machine (VM) and provide you with some helpful tips. You can use an Android VM to test Intune stand-alone, ConfigMgr hybrid or Mobile Application Management (MAM). Currently Android is the only one...