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How to Configure a First-Time Android VM

By Garth Jones

In my last two posts, I showed you how to create a VM and then how to install an Android 4.4 R5 within that VM.

In this blog post I will show you how to configure the Android device.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 1

1. After the initial boot, the Android logo will appear on the screen for about a minute.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 2 

2. At the Welcome page, click on the “triangle” button.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 3 

3. Wait for about another minute.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 4 

4. Skip the Wi-Fi.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 5 

5. Next, select Skip anyway.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 6

6. Since I have a Google Account, I will select Yes.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 7 

7. Enter your Google account details.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 8 

8. Click OK.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 9

9. Then wait…

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 10

10. Click the Down arrow.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 11

11. Click the Next button. (Somehow this screenshot turned into a Ghost!)

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 12 

12. Click on NO THANKS.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 13 

13. Make sure the date and time are correct and then click on the Next/Triangle button.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 14 

14. Set the personalization setting and then click the Next/Triangle button.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 15 

15. Click the OK button twice in order to end up on the Android desktop.

How to Configure an Android VM-Step 16

16. You are finally at the Android desktop!

In my next blog post, which will be published next week, I will provide you with a few tips for setting up and using your Android VM in order to reduce headaches! These tips will include how to prevent the Android VM from sleeping.

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