Is it possible to install android operating system into a 32-bit windows 7 system via virtual box? If yes please help me do that.
To answer your question:
Yes it is possible.
Because Android is based on the Linux kernel (on a very low scale), and so you can run Android as a VM just like any Linux distribution.
Instructions via HowToGeek:
- Install VirtualBox.
- Download the Android x86 ISO
- Open VirtualBox. Click New:
- Name: Anything
- Type: Linux
- Version: Linux 2.6
- Start the VM. Select the iso you downloaded
- Select 'Installation' via keyboard
- Create/Modify Partitions
- New > Enter > Primary > Enter > Enter
- Bootable > Enter > Write > Enter > 'yes' > Enter
- Select new partition > Enter
- ext3 file system > Yes > Yes > Yes
- Remove iso from VM, reboot.
P.S. Please Google first, next time :)
You need to firstly install VirtualBox, and then get the Android x86 ISO image. Create a VM, configured as Linux 2.6, with at least 512 MB of RAM, and 3 GB or more of disk space. You can then power on, and then follow the on-screen instructions to get started. Remember to create a partition, and make it bootable.