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What's up everyone? Jon Rettinger here from TechnoBuffalo.com here and I want to show you a working demonstration of Android running on Mac OS X this time being virtualized using Parallels Desktop software. So let me share what that looks like and if you want to stick around to the channel over doing the full demonstration of how to get this to work on your Mac or PC it’s actually quite easy.
So I'm just going to go ahead and boot up Parallels. Okay, so I'm going to select Microsoft Windows XP. My virtual machine is just resuming. I had to shut it down prior, okay, so here I have full Android running inside of OS X which is pretty cool and this seems to be working okay. I got this sort of little arrow cursor. It can pull out the menu bar and slide it back. You pull things down, pull back up. It would show a program working here, let’s go ahead and open up calculator.
The browser is not functioning but the calculator and the rest of the native application seems to be working okay. So let’s go back and let’s take a look at Messenger. So I don’t have anybody in my contact but I can start typing using my keyboard and we close that up and dialer. Nothing quite showing up, things are still little bit squarely but they're definitely functioning. Let’s go ahead and open up something else, let’s say I want to open up something we know it’s going to work like the camera. Insert this D card before using the camera, so it’s not recognizing my built-in webcam.
Let’s take a look at a few other applications, let’s go to settings. Scroll through it, it’s not terribly fluid but it does seem to be functioning okay. Let’s go ahead and open up say application. I think these are moving. So let’s go back again and pull up the menu and let’s open to see what its spare part is. Give it windows animation to have a feedback. Anyway, guys just wanted to give you a quick working demonstration of Android running on OS X, virtualized using Parallels Desktop software.
Stay tuned so as we’re doing a walk through of how to get this to work on your machine, it’s actually very easy. For exclusive content you should have followed me on T0witter, Twitter.com/Jon4Lakers or if you want some more information on TechnoBuffalo Twitter.com/TechnoBuffalo. See you guys in the next video, bye-bye.