I need some serious help. I am a newbie android developer. I am trying to learn android so I can port some simple IOS apps I currently have on the Apple App Store. I got the following error below during installation. Where do I go from here? PS Feel free to chat with me about IOS stuff. I am an expert on all things IOS. Just learning android.
Unable to install Intel HAXM
Your CPU does not support required features (VT-x or SVM).
Unfortunately, your computer does not support hardware accelerated virtualization.
Here are some of your options:
Use a physical device for testing
Develop on a Windows/OSX computer with an Intel processor that supports VT-x and NX
Develop on a Linux computer that supports VT-x or SVM
Use an Android Virtual Device based on an ARM system image
(This is 10x slower than hardware accelerated virtualization)
I don’t mean to bump my thread but I need some help. I have been an IOS developer for several years. Currently I am using an old Mid 2010 Macbook pro to create and maintain my IOS apps. I few months ago I tried to port some of my apps myself. I downloaded and installed the Eclipse software. I followed the beginning Android development tutorial here: https://www.raywenderlich.com/120177/beginning-android-development-tutorial-installing-android-studio. Everything worked except the part with setting up an android simulator. I got several errors. One error stated that my Macbook doesn’t support Hardware virtualization, another error stated that only Intel processors are supported for emulation, a VT error etc. I was wondering if this is just because my Macbook is old. I know that a six year old laptop is very out of date. But at apple’s price point of 1,000.00 (1,300.00 now) that I paid for the Macbook in 2010 I plan to keep using it till it dies on my. Is there anyway way around these errors? Kindly reply or email me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. I know this is mainly an IOS developer blog but I am sure Andre99 isn’t the only person on this site that does both.