INSTALL ANDROID JELLYBEAN 4.3 ON PC

Now Google has released
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update,
with build version JWR66V,
for its Nexus devices such as
Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7
and Nexus 10.The Android 4.3,
which
is an upgrade to Jelly Bean,
introduces a host of new
features including Restricted
Profiles for tablet,
which enables users to manage
per-user access to apps and
content. Besides, Android 4.3
adds
Bluetooth Smart support (also
known as Bluetooth Low-
Energy), accelerated 3D
graphics with OpenGL ES 3.0,
Dial pad autocomplete and
improved support for Herbew,
Arabic, Hindi and more.
Now experience the same
Android 4.3 on their personal
computers (PC).
In just some small steps.
1. Download the latest version of
Virtual Box
Download the Android 4.3 ISO
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Those who wish to update their
PCs to Android 4.3 may follow
our step-by-step guidlines :-
Step-1: Install VirtualBox on the
computer.
Step-2: Open VirtualBox and
select New. In the dialogue box
enter the name as desired then
select
a) Type: Linux
b) Version: Other Linux
Step-3: In the next dialogue box
enter the memory size as
desired. Then selectNext .
One thing that you must keep
in mind that Minimum 1 GB is
required for Jelly Bean.
Step-4: In the next dialogue box
select create a virtual hard
drive. Then select VDI and
select fixed or dinamically
allocated accordingly and create
the virtual drive .( Minimum
1GB is required for installation)
Step-4: In the next dialogue box
select create a virtual hard
drive. Then select VDI and
select fixed or dinamically
allocated accordingly and create
the virtual drive .( Minimum
1GB is required for installation)
Step-5: Select Virtual device
and select Settings, a dialogue
box will appear. In the dialogue
box select
a) Storage Tree Empty
b) In the attribution section
select the Android 4.3 iso file
downloaded earlier and check
Live Cd/DVD,
then click OK
Step-6: Start the virtual device.
On the screen select install
Android-x86 to harddisk
Step-7: On the next screen
select Create/Modify Partition
Step-8: Then create a new
primary bootable partition and
select write.
After writing is finished, select
quit.
Step-9: Then install android in
sda1 and select type as ext3
then choose Yes for installation
Step-10: After installing remove
live iso from Virtual Box and
reboot.
Now boot the computer into
Android 4.3.Then install
android in sda1 and select type
as ext3 then choose Yes for
installation.Enjoy!!!

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