Android ICS Emulator for Mac OS* with Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager

Android ICS Emulator for Mac OS* with Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager
Eric Adams, a Software Engineer at Intel, will show you step-by-step how to download and install on Mac the latest Android ICS emulator for x86. He will show you how to install the Intel® HAXM driver, install the Intel® x86 Atom™ System Image, and configure a new x86 based Android Virtual Device. You’ll see how to test and verify the HAXM driver is working and how to configure GPU acceleration and keyboard support. Finally, you’ll learn how to install apps (.apk files) to the emulator through ADB and also directly from within Eclipse. Using the Intel HAXM driver with an Intel x86 Atom System Image will provide the best Android emulator experience available to developers today. For More information please visit the Android Community .
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Thanks for the video, but...

"To launch/stop the driver, enter this command". (untelliggible low-res video)

Can you provide a transcription or at least a HD version of this video? Otherwise some passages are impossible to understand.

By the way, the command to show if it's working it's "kextstat", if someone is wondering.