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You might wish to take a look at my list of emulators – the ones you will need are to be found at the end of the page. I personally use android-x86 in VirtualBox, which works fine – but you might have different demands. For just one app any of them might be a little "overkill" – and you might find it easier to install a VNC-Server on your Android device to ...
Yes, you can using Bluestack for use Android applications on your computer, I installed Bluestack with this tutorial: Run Android Apps on Windows PC or Mac with BlueStacks Otherwise, if you want to research Bluestack read this tutorial: How to root or hack BlueStacks Beta? I install windows 8.1 using virtual hard disk with 1GB RAM, 1 core share and ...
Bluestack is the best so far,but i dont think it will run on a 1gb ram pc. as for YouWave you need a few bucks$$$ to use it. So its not a free tool. but there is another tool that might work well on your p.c oh yeah its called Andy its the best free alternative to bluestack so far.
You need either Bluestacks or Youwave. I think Bluestacks can not be installed on your PC because of less RAM (minimum of 2gb recommended). So Youwave is your only option. It is easy to install and use. Click here to download YouWave for Android on PC
Since WhatsApp is installed you have to activate it, but they blocked activation via SMS for emulator-based installation, so use «Call me» activation option. They call you and type the given number, that should enable WhatsApp to use on AVD-emulator.
I have tried to do this several times and Google does not support APKs for their emulators. I heard others worked around this by installing the Chromium APKs, but even this doesn't really work well. Your best option is to use a physical device -- this will actually free up your PC resources as well.
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