Sunday, August 24, 2014

JAVA SE INSTALL NETBEANS IDE 7-3

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JAVA SE: INSTALL NETBEANS IDE 7.3

STEPS

1) Install Java SDK

e.g jdk-7u25-windows-i586.exe
Check that java has been installed correctly by typing “java –version” in Command Window.

2) Download NetBeans 7.3

e.g. Download netbeans-7.3-javase-windows.exe

3) Install NetBeans 7.3)

3-1) Run the installer netbeans-7.3-javase-windows.exe
3-2) Welcome Screen.
3-3) Accept the terms.
3-4) Option to install JUnit.
3-5) Choose installation folder.
3-6) Option to check for update.
3-7) Wait for installation process to complete.
3-8) Installation done.

4) Running NetBeans for the first time.

4-1) Double-click the NetBeans IDE icon on the desktop.
4-2) NetBeans Main Application window appears on screen.
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Saturday, August 23, 2014

RUN ANDROID ON PC USING VIRTUALBOX

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RUN ANDROID ON PC USING VIRTUALBOX

STEPS

1) Download and install VirtualBox

Browse https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads for installation files.
This tutorial assumes that you know how to install and use VirtualBox software.

2) Download Android ISO file.

Browse http://sourceforge.net/projects/android-x86/ to download the Android ISO file.
This tutorial uses the file android-x86-4.4-r1.iso .

3) Prepare A New VirtualBox Machine For Android Installation.

3-1) Click New Button.
3-2) Enter the following Virtual Machine details.
Name: Android44 (It can be any name)
Type: Linux
Version: Other Linux (32 bit)
3-3) Set Memory Size.
Android 4.4 requires 1024 MB size.
3-4) Hard Drive option.
3-5) Set Hard Drive file type.
Select VDI.
3-6) Storage option.
Select Dynamically allocated.
3-7) File Location and Size.
Select 2.00 GB (you can set other values as long as you have enough storage available)
3-8) Android Virtual Machine has been successfully created.
Notice the Storage option button. We will click this button in the next step,

4) Add Bootable Installation CD

4-1) Click Storage option button.
Refer image in step 3-8.
4-1-1) Click the CD item in the Storage Tree section.
4-1-2) Click the CD icon in Attributes section. Browse for the location of your Android ISO file.
4-1-3) Check that your Android ISO file name is shown in the location field.

5) Boot The Android Virtual Machine.

5-1) Click Start button.
5-2) Select Installation option.
Select “Installation – Install Android-x86 to harddisk”.
5-3) Create Partition.
Select Create/Modify partitions.
5-4) Use right-arrow key to move your cursor and choose New and then press ENTER key.
5-5) Select Primary and press ENTER key.
5-6) Press ENTER key to accept default partition size.
5-7) New Partition (sda1) is created.
5-8) Select Bootable and press ENTER key.
5-9) The word Boot appears in the Flags column.
5-10) Select Write and Press ENTER key.
5-11) Type “yes” to confirm Write action.
5-12) Wait for writing process to complete.
5-13) Select Quit and press ENTER Key.
6) Install Android
6-1) Select OK to start installation on sda1 partition.
 6-2) Select ext3 format and proceed.
6-3) Select Yes to format the partition sda1.
6-4) Select Yes to install GRUB Loader.
6-5) Select Yes to allow Read/Write storage options.
6-6) Wait for installation process to complete.
6-7) Select Reboot.
6-8) Don’t forget to remove installation CD from the Virtual Machine.

7) Run Android

7-1) Click Start Button to run Android.
7-2) Select Language.
Info: If you cannot see your mouse within the Android window, disable mouse integration option.
7-3) Wait…
7-4) Select SKIP.
7-5) Select “Skip Anyway”.
7-6) If you already have a Google Account, select Yes.
7-7) Use your Google login credential to proceed.
7-8) Agree to the terms.
7-9) Wait for signing in process.
7-10) Set your preferences…
7-11) Set your preferences (continued)
7-12) Skip Payment Setup.
7-13) Set Date and Time.
7-14) Personalization option.
7-15) It’s done.
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