Android emulator without KVM

Hello everyone,

I just started to lean android on Linux platform 32 bit OS. I installed android sdk and eclipse. But Android emulator is not working.

There is a message "KVM is not installed/properly installed" when launching android emulator. I checked evrything. And I found that my hardware configuration doesn't support hardware virtualisation Intel x86 Atom Processor codename "Pineview". Hence unable to install KVM and therefore unable to launch android emulator.

Is there any way I could work without KVM?

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Total time: 14 seconds
Built the following apk(s):
WARNING : no emulator specified, defaulting to Tab_S_style
Waiting for emulator...
HAX is working and emulator runs in fast virt mode

There's nothing logged in the console/system logs at all.

this installation package is not supported by this processor type. contact your product vendor.

I'v download w_inde_2015.0.011.exe, when I tried to install this error come "this installation package is not supported by this processor type. contact your product vendor."

This is my laptop data :

1. OS = W7 Ultimate 32 bit

2. Processor = Intel(R) core(TM) i7-3517U  

3. RAM = 4 giga

Anybody can help me with this error ? Any help is very appreciate, thank you :) 



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