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anil rahman7,786 Points
Your processor must support virtualization in order to host a virtual machine, period. Your alternative is to use an Android Virtual Device (AVD), also known as an emulator. You can download AVDs for various API levels via Android Studio under Tools -> Android -> SDK Manager, and then configure them under Tools -> Android -> AVD Manager.