You can install Android in a virtual box environment on your local machine. This is usually done in order to allow the emulation of for example Google Maps-based applications which does not run in the emulato for licening reasons. The other advantage of this installment is that you only have to boot Android once and then hot-deploy your app after each change....
You can use Android-x86 + VirtualBox
free and open-source
Windows/Mac/Linux (including I believe Windows 8 although I haven't tried it personally)
Uses Android version 4.3
Original and clean android interface, as little additions as possible
Google Play included
Should be able to play most apps without problems or issues
to rotate screen, see rotating the ...
Even though Android uses Java, it does not support executing JAR files on Android devices. However, you can use emulators to do this which are not available on Google Play Store but are available from the developers' website. I have provided the source link and download instructions are available there.
Features of phoneME:
Genymotion has a free version and is available for Windows, OS X, and Linux (like everything in this list). It's based around VirtualBox, and has the same performance as you'd get out of any other VM running on VirtualBox.
If you're lucky, your app might work under ARC Welder for chrome. It doesn't have great performance, requires a chromium-based browser, ...
GenyMotion is a simple to install and start emulator that runs very quickly on top of VirtualBox. They keep it fairly up-to-date with latest Android versions.
As with most Android emulators running on virtual machines like VirtualBox, it runs very quickly, and usage of ADB to send it data and commands (usually used for development) is as quick as expected.
Clumsy is available on Github, which I found here
dummynet is available on Github, which I found here
NEWT was mentioned here and a download link is available here which has links for 64 bit and 32 bit
Here's the URL: http://digicomp-1.appspot.com/
Here are few emulators which I've found so far:
v86: PC emulator (GitHub).
Can run Linux, Windows 1.01, FreeDOS, BSD or custom HDD/Floppy disk images.
jor1k: OpenRISC OR1K CPU emulator (GitHub).
With network support (including SSL).
angel: RISC-V CPU emulator (GitHub).
I need a little more time to work it out, and you need some sort of terminal emulator - (I have this installed) and some additional files to get it working properly (which , but there is a port for xroar on android - assuming you're willing to sideload.
I don't own a Dragon (so i can't legally download a rom to test - the software SEEMS to install and run ...
You could run the application in an Androd emulator such as those available in the Android SDK, BlueStacks (See here) or under VirtualBox but this may require quite a lot of disc space.
Alternatively you could use 6tin or Timber which are Windows tinder apps which also run on a PC running Windows 10.
You can use Android-x86 + VirtualBox
free and open-source
Want to run Android on your PC? The Android-x86 Project has ported
Android to the x86 platform from ARM. Android-x86 can be installed on
netbooks with supported hardware, but you can also install Android in
Android can be run as just another virtual machine,...
Is a beta android emulator. Has some slowness/crashing but it should work with a bit of work and is currently free. (it does have options to emulate specific phones but I haven't checked their accuracy in comparison to any real phones).
Xamarin Android Player
Are you into hard core mobile app development and looking for an android phone simulator? Yes! Xamarin Android Player is the definitive tool for you if you work with visual studio or Xamarin Studio.
It offers a native user interface on both windows and Mac and is one of the most sophisticated android emulators for developing and ...
Original Xbox emulation at the time of writing is very crude/experimental.
The most advanced emulator, and to my knowledge the only one actively in development, is Cxbx
However, even that is little more than an early alpha. It can run (badly) a few games (there's no official compatibility list, but you can count the games that actually somewhat work on ...
Android Developer Studio & SDK include virtual machines/emulators that allow you to test your code for various editions of android and various hardware as well as on the actual device.
It runs on Windows/OS-X and Linux.
By pure Android I presume that your application is written in one, (or more), of C/C++/C#/Java/HTML5 - Android is the OS not the language.
Microsoft do supply a free community edition of Visual Studio here
Will guess how to convert from Android OS to Windows It is from Microsoft so I very much doubt it.
Includes Windows Phone Emulators Yes
PCSX2 is the only viable options when it comes to PS2 emulation.
All the other existing ones are either abandoned, little more than proof-of-concepts / early alphas, or even worse fakes/viruses.
Emulation in general is a very heavy task, and it requires hardware much more paowerful than the original to run ad decent speeds. Your "Same performance as the ...
There is absolutely no possible way that you can run iOS 9, with the full App Store at all, if a solution did exist, I'd be really surprised.
The closest to get iOS on a PC is to install Mac OS X in a virtual machine (that is if your PC is even compatible), then using the Mac App Store to install Xcode(which is a software development it). Xcode comes with a ...
I would suggest trying running it on XP running in Virtual Box - you will need:
either a copy of an XP disk or an ISO image of XP - you used to be able to download the latter from the MS site but it is no longer available.
Virtual Box you could use VMWare but since that is charged for and Virtual Box is free...
A reasonable specification machine which can ...
Given that you need the compile tool chain, with the libraries and the testing tools such as the emulation, installation tools, etc. and examples/documentation you might as well bite the bullet and download the full SDK in Android Studio. You have a choice on any platform of just downloading the command line tools (SDK) or the full studio, (IDE), but for ...
I play the Sega 32x games for a while and I use the Kega Fusion Emulator and I was very satisfied with the performance. I try other Sega 32x Emulators like the RetroArch but for the beginners I highly recommend the Kega Fusion.
BLUESTACKS is the emulator you are looking for.
The BlueStacks App Player is designed to enable Android applications to run on Windows PCs and Macintosh computers.
It runs smoothly on a windows computer and you can use almost all the android apps like Whatsapp, Hike, Instagram, Gmail etc.
There is also a pop up notification feature for all the apps in ...
If I understand your use case correctly, you simply wish to read and respond to messages from your computer instead of your phone.
If so, you don't need to run an emulator at all. There are software like Pushbullet which allows you to do this seamlessly without the overhead of emulating an entire phone just for running WhatsApp:
(works on Windows too)
As mentioned, emulation refers to implementing an HDL design on a set of FPGAs.
If you want to truly simulate and verify at the transistor level, you'll need more than just a simulator as there is timing issues involved. You'll also need to place and route the transistors, and take the delay data from the layout and annotate it back into the original ...
Are you really developing an ASIC? If so, you should have access to industrial strength simulators such as VCS and Model Sim.
If you aren't, use the simulator that comes with your FPGA vendor's tools. Xilinx, Altera, and I think Lattice have them. They have free licenses for their small to medium devices.
Also "emulator" often refers to "a bunch of FPGAs ...
As far as I am aware, there are no emulators that will actually emulate a real iPhone/Pad. There is iPadian (I have never used it), which says that it will run iOS apps, but that appears to have its own app store, and it certainly looks nothing like iOS.
First of all: there are no emulators for the Xbox 360 that you can download from the marketplace. You will always need a Jtag or RGH console to run them.
This having been said, Retroarch 360 is an Xbox360 port of the famus Retro Arch multi-system emulator for the 360. It can run:
Genesis Plus GX
Genesis Plus GX
Since in the edit you mentioned you're open to suggestions other than Whatsapp, then try using Kakaotalk. It matches your requirements in the following:
Has PC and mobile versions (Windows, OS X, Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Nokia)
Does not require registration, only a phone number
Is not associated with Chrome or any Google service