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I have Android Device installed in Oracle VM VirtualBox on Windows 7. I need to pair two devices without user confirmation. It's Android 4.3. I want to connect two devices with Bluetooth and for that I need to pair them programatically first and I want to achieve this without the user having to press the pair button. My research so far has revealed that unless I have the root permissions I cannot pair two devices without user confirmation. So to achieve my target I want to root the virtual device I have installed on Windows 7. I have come across this thread: xda-developers: How to root Android x86 4.3 that shows that it can be achieved on Ubuntu. Is there any way that I can achieve this on Windows 7 and make my virtual device rooted? Any suggestions will be really appreciated.

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for root Android-X86 use this :

Download From XDA

Usage: ROOT SCRIPT FOR ANDROID x86 4.3

On android-x86:
Boot up
Press ALT+F1 //or if doesnt work,download Terminal Emulator then open it and follow ...
"cd" to the folder containing this file
Run "sh install.sh" and follow the instructions

On a linux OS boot:
Open your linux terminal
"cd" to the folder containing this file
Run "sh install.sh" and follow the instructions

other links For more details :

How to root device in Oracle VM Virtual Box

How to Root Android Device installed in Oracle VM Virtual Box

How to root Android x86 4.3 and ...

  • I have extracted the files and after pressing ALT+f1 in VM going to the terminal and typing the path(D:\Softwares\New folder) and then when I type the command sh install.sh . I get a message "No such file or directory".. I am not able to figure it out why is it happening.. Any suggestions?? – G droid Mar 14 '15 at 8:05
  • dude, you need extract this files in a directory on Android !,then, go to directory(With cd command) and run this install.sh. – ʍѳђઽ૯ท Mar 14 '15 at 8:15
  • @ Mohsen:I apologise for such a stupid question and how do I put this folder in Android VM and extract it there?? – G droid Mar 14 '15 at 8:20
  • dont worry dude :) no problem, android x86 is a virtual and you can't share files on this but, you can find file link then download with browser and then with file manager or terminal find it. – ʍѳђઽ૯ท Mar 14 '15 at 8:30

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