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Install Android OS on PC using - Oracle VM virtual Box

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I don't get any Android 4.2 jellybean in attribute in storage settings?

I don't get any Android 4.2 jellybean in attribute in storage settings

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The option to select in storage settings is "Empty," which should then be followed by setting Android 4.2 as the attribute setting.

Your best bet would be to start over from the beginning and follow every step exactly as written. This will help you get optimum results and have your Android visualization going in no time.

10. Select Android as an attribute?

Please explain 10th step in details

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Attribute Android is not showing?

I am using all steps & facing problem in 10th step

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