In all honesty, from what you have said in this thread it looks like you will get nowhere nearer to android on the pi than anyone else as you appear to not know what you are doing. Android on pi is not something you can do without experience, and physically impossible to do with a signed image, you need source.
I actually have quite a lot of experience developing. Just not with android. I mostly write iOS and Mac OS applications.
It's a very different thing. Apps easy, porting OS hard.
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