This thread asks an interesting question: is it possible to run Android UI on desktop ?
Well, I think that is possible but very difficult, and almost impossible if the source code is not available. I said almost, because as the well know sports brand remind us: impossible is nothing.
In the meantime, this screenshot shows how using tweaked skins you can run the emulator in a native window, even at a bigger size. This one is 640x480.
There's no special keys or buttons (dpad) here, so you must remember this
|F4||End Call key|
|F8||Disable/Enable all networking|
|F9||Start tracing (only with -trace)|
|F10||Stop tracing (only with -trace)|
|Keypad 2468||Dpad arrows|
|Keypad 5||Dpad center|
|Keypad 79||Rotate device skin|
|Keypad +||Volume Up key|
|Keypad -||Volume Down key|
|Keypad /||Decrease onion alpha|
|Keypad *||Increase onion alpha|
|Ctrl-K||Switch between 'unicode' and 'raw' keyboard modes|
Download the WINDOW-L and BIGWINDOW-L skins from http://codtech.com/downloads/android-window-l-skins.zip, unzip it in some directory of your preference (/home/android/skins in the following example) and then run the emulator
$ emulator -skindir /home/android/skins -skin BIGWINDOW-L