If your Linux machine is 32-bit, you will get an error when running the Android emulator as follows:
Error:32-bit Linux Android Emulator binaries is DEPRECATED, to use them
You'll have the least one of the following:
-Use the '-force-32bit ' option when invoking ' Emulator '.
-Set android_emulator_force_32bit to ' true ' in your environment.
Either one would allow your to use the 32-bit binaries, but please be aware that these would disappear in a future Android SD K release.
Consider moving to a 64-bit the Linux system before that happens.
The Android Simulator works best on 64-bit systems, so the best solution is to reinstall the 64-bit Linux system, and if you are having trouble installing the system temporarily, there are two ways to solve it:
1. In the project you want to run right-click->run as, run configuration->android application-> emulator, scroll bar to the end, find the commandline input box, enter "- Force-32bit ", then apply.
2. Configure environment variables, plus android_emulator_force_32bit=true
Please see the original http://askubuntu.com/questions/534044/error-32-bit-linux-android-emulator-binaries-are-deprecated-when-attemping-to-r
Error:32-bit Linux Android emulator binaries is DEPRECATED