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Running Android In A Virtual Machine

You can install and run a free copy of  "Android 4.3" in a virtual machine inside the free "Oracle VM VirtualBox" program in a "Windows.." computer. This gives you a chance to learn about the "Android" flavor of Linux without or prior to spending money for an "Android" phone or tablet. It is harder to run "Android" in "..VirtualBox" relative to "VMware Player" because "..VirtualBox" does not offer mouse integration for "Android".

After doing this, your mouse's cursor will be stuck inside the virtual machine. To free the mouse cursor from the virtual machine, you have to physically disconnect and reconnect the mouse's USB plug from the USB port of the computer.

After you do this, the mouse will work outside the virtual machine window but it will not work inside the virtual machine until you use the "Devices" menu again.

To reduce wear on the USB port of your computer, we recommend that you use a USB extension cable so that you can do the disconnects and reconnects your mouse with the equipment end of the USB extension cable.

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