1. Go to the Following URL and download adt-bundle-windows-x86_64.zip: http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html#win-bundle
2. Extract it in a location on your machine (preferably on C:\Android\ or a directory directly on the root).
3. Navigate into the /eclipse directory and run “eclipse.exe” executable.
4. When prompted with a security prompt, click “Run” and uncheck “Always ask before opening this file”.
6. Go to File > New > Android Application Project to create a test Application:
7. Enter “HelloWorld” as the Application Name and accept all the default Minimum Required SDK, Target SDK, Compile With and Theme values:
9. Close the Android IDE Welcome screen. You should now see the following:
10. Click on the “Android Virtual Device Manager” icon in the top Menu Bar. This pops open a new window.
11. Click on the “New” button to create a new Virtual Android Device (Emulator).
12. On the “Create new Android Device (AVD)” screen, enter a name for the “AVD Name” field, choose a Device type (example “3.2” QVGA (ADP2) (320 x 480: mdpi), then choose a “Target” (example Android 4.2 – API Level 17). Lastly, enter a size for the SD Card field (example 768 MB) and hit “OK”. Please note that different virtual devices require different SD Card sizes, so it may take some trial and error to determine the correct size for your virtual device.
13. Close out of the Device Manager Screen, which should now show your new virtual device:
15. Give the emulator a minute to load. Once it is loaded, you should see a screen similar to the following:
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