Hello Intel :(
I Am Trying to install HAXM for android but its show me error
My System Is :
Intel® Core™ i5-4440 Processor
(6M Cache, up to 3.30 GHz)
i already check BIOS setting Virtulization is Enable And i already check with Intel Utility Tool.
and i already disable from bios and check again in studio still shows error .
my Windows is :
i disable avast for 10mins and try again result remain same.
I'm currently trying to install HAXM to use the AVD emulator in Eclipse
- Enabling the VT in the BIOS, restarting and trying again
- Installing the newest version of HAXM from the Intel site.
- Disabling Hyper-V
I've rebooted multiple times and checked the BIOS where VT is enabled
I also couldn't find Hyper-V in my Windows Features so it isn't installed
I'm trying this on a Windows 8.1 64-bit HP Envy Laptop
Intel i7 Processer, 8GB ram
I try to install android usb driver, but I Get message " this OS is not supported". And there is no "Compatibility" folder when I have a look to "IntelAndroidDrvSetup1.1.5.exe" properties. Where is the problem ?
I've downloaded and installed the Intel System Studio 2015 Update 1, and am now trying to build an ROM image for the Dell Venue 8 (model 3840 - Merrifield), and I just don't see any reference to how to build this full OS image. Am I missing something here? Was expecting the System Studio install to include the MDK per the FAQ tab on this page: https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-mobile-development-kit-for-androi...
Anyone any ideas what I'm missing?
The current Intel Android Driver Setup utility 1.1.5 doesn't support KitKat 4.4.4 or higher. When I connect a dell Venue 8 HD (Latest Version) to a Win7 PC, the device driver is not found.
Is there any other driver I can use, or is there appending update for the Intel Android Driver Setup utility?
I have developed the mobile application "MeinFahrtendienstAT" (Package Name: dextra.at.meinfahrtendienstat) by using Intel XDK, which I also submitted to Google Play Store.
Behause of a very special client request I had to change the mobile app developing plattform, which is a pitty as I really love Intel XDK.
Now when I try to re-submit my app (re-packaged in an other developing tool) to Google I am getting an error about a different certificate, which must be part of my Intel XDK project.
So I need to have the certificate Intel XDK used at the first deployment to Google.
Unfortunately I have no idea to get this on my own. Please can somebody help me?
Minnowboard MAX is an open hardware which is utilized Intel Atom processor. This hardware is a small and low cost but offer exceptional performance, flexibility, openness and standards. We can prepare micro sd card or usb flash device to expand the hardware storage and easy exchange difference OS to develop. Yocto project is an open source which helps you to create a customized Linux-based system for embedded products.
We set up the debug environment as figure below and build your Yocto image for the Minnowboard MAX first.
I tried to check my BIOS to enable .disable XD or VT but there is no settings ...
I have tried for so long to install Haxm but FAILED ..so plz help me find out whats the problem ...
i attached the screen shot with cpuID.
So far in this thread: https://software.intel.com/en-us/comment/1809978 we have several people with Core 2 Duos who can't start HAXM on Mac OSX. The machines are quite different from each other (different graphic cards, etc), and the main common theme is Core 2 Duo on Mac. I can't find an example of somebody succesfully using latest HAXM on a Core 2 Duo Mac. It seems likely this is an issue with HAXM.