From page 21 of the OVF Tool User Guide
Convert an OVF to a VMX
To convert an OVF package to a file in VMware format, type a command like the following:
> ovftool http://www.mycompany.com/ovflib/BigDemo.ovf x:/myvms/BigDemo.vmx
Because the source is an OVF package, you can specify it as a URL or a local file path.
If you convert an OVF package to a VMX file without specifying the target directory, OVF Tool creates a directory using the OVF package name and writes the VMX file in it.
> ovftool "Windows 7.ovf" . TheVMXfileiswrittenatWindows 7/Windows 7.vmx.
- Line 86: OVF hardware element 'ResourceType' with instance ID '7': No support for the virtual hardware device type '35'.
To me, it looks like you're trying to import an Android image into VMware Fusion. I don't think that's supported.