Month: September 2012

How to install android in your virtual box ! Mac , windows , Linux !

things you need to install android in your pc , mac A working computer with minimum 1 Gb of ram  OS widows , Linux , Mac OS X Latest version of Virtualbox  —> Virtual box extension pack  —>                                         “Support for USB 2.0 devices, VirtualBox RDP and PXE boot for Intel cards.”    android iso    —-> but this iso i have used which works better for me   FOLLOW STEPS Install virtual box  install virtualbox extension pack  download android iso  Open up your virtual box app click new to install new os virtually  name it , select os typeso select linux , version as other linux Set up Memory for virtualbox in this tutorial i have given 512 mb  Set up Disk space  select virtual disk type in here i have selected .vdi (virtualbox disk image) now select virutal disk storage type ! “always select dynamic ”    i have given 15 Gb for my android os  now click create done !  ———————————————————————————————————— now select your os from virtualbox click start  then a popup box appear asking for disk image select os iso  select it and click start on next screen  here android start  move arrow key to below and select  “Installation – Install Android-x86 to harddist “...

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How to Format partition in HFS+ format using gparted in linux

Hi guys today i am gonna show you how to format a partition using HFS+ format using gparted in linux which is disable by default in gparted  ! Before starting lets know what is HFS+ ?:- HFS Plus or HFS+ is a file system developed by Apple Inc. to replace their Hierarchical File System (HFS) as the primary file system used in Macintosh computers (or other systems running Mac OS) first you need to install gpartedOpen up your Terminal appthen type   sudo apt-get install gparted hit enter  now it will ask for password (but you cant see your password that you are typing  this is for some security reasons in linux )  open gpared (here is a screenshot of gparted app)   then select your targeted partition carefully (one mistake may cause lose of your data ! ) know unmount your partition   after unmounting your partition you can select format by right clicking and scroll down ! and select file format you want to format here many fileformat available for you but you cant select HFS+ because its not come with default in gpartedso follow my instructions to enable this features Open up your Terminal app and enter these 2 commands in:     wget           sudo tar xzvf hfsplus-apps.tar.gz -C /                                                ...

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