Some newbies in the kingdom of tweaking might be asking their self’s! Is it possible to use an android operating system on PC? the answer is definitely yes you can and the steps are very simple to go with.
Andriod has made everything easy for everyone to use no matter your knowledge and skills in technology. With just some few clicks and tweak you are good to go, I have always a fan to tweaking because I love customising my phone or PC in the way it will be sweet me and to the, I will always want it to be.
Many of use like similar but because the lack the knowledge on how to go about it, the decided just to use it as the way it is. So in this post am going to show you how to install Andriod operating system on your computer.
Android Nougat 7.0 (Beta) Android-x86
Android-x86 is an open source project designed to bring Android to desktop computers with x86 processors instead of the ARM chips found in most Android phones. Android-x86 is still in its early stages, it has some bugs, but it’s still a working version of Android 7.0 on your computer.
The main problem you might experience is related to the Wi-Fi – you may be unable to connect to the internet and download apps – but the Android system itself is smooth.
How to install Android-x86 based on Android 7.0 Nougat
In This tutorial, there are some requirements needed to get it done.
- You will need a USB stick with at least 2 GB of storage in FAT-32 format (Download it here )
- Download this Android image: nougatx8620160902.iso.bz2 ( Download it here )
- Unzip the file with 7zip or a similar program ( Download it here )
- Connect the USB stick to your computer
- Open the program Rufus. It will detect the connected USB drive. In the dialogue box, choose “ISO Image” and press the next button to find the picture in the folder just decompress (Get it here )
- Now click on ‘Start’ to flash Android x86 to the USB memory
- Once you’ve finished, restart your computer
- When it loads again, enter the BIOS or UEFI and choose to boot from USB memory