You’ll need to start by creating a new virtual machine onto which you will install Android. Name the virtual machine whatever you like, and (as Android is based on Linux) select Linux from the first drop down menu.From the Version menu select Other Linux and then click Next.Click the Storage link to the left hand side of the dialog and then towards the center click the Empty entry in the Storage Tree section.To the right of this, click the small disc button and select Choose a virtual CD/DVD disk file from the menu that appears.Select the Create/Modify Partition option and press Enter.
Once you have the virtualization software up and running, you’ll need to get hold of a copy of Jelly Bean to install.
Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to scroll down to the Installation option and press Enter.
Now you will need to configure the virtual hard drive so that there is somewhere to install Android to.
Well, how would you feel about the chance of installing and running Android on your PC?
Using a free copy of Virtual Box and the information in this guide, you can run a fully functioning – and legal – version of Jelly Bean on your computer.