Android-x86 is an unofficial port of the mobile OS Android for running on devices with AMD and Intel CPU.
The project was created as a series of patches to the source code of the Android operating system for the ability to run it on laptops, netbooks, tablets and other devices.
The OS is based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) with some modifications and improvements. Some components are designed in the project to run on an x86 architecture. The operating system supports hardware acceleration of OpenGL ES, if supporting GPU chipsets are detected, for example, Intel GMA, AMD Radeon or Nvidia.
As a normal Linux distribution, the project produces ready ISO images that can be launched in Live mode, or installed on the hard drive of the target device. Starting with 4.4-r2, Android-x86 also releases efi_img images that can be used to create a Live USB, which can be downloaded from UEFI devices.
If you want to run Android apps on your PC – it is necessary to know how to install Android x86 on PC. Instruction is the same for PC or Notebook. Step-by-step instruction how to install Android on PC:
After you prepare bootable Android x86 ISO drive go to the next steps:
I hope that everyone who is interested will manage to install the system. Let me know in the comments how it went with Android emulator for PC.Read more
Sometimes there could be necessity to find out how to install Android on PC. There are several ways to install Android on your computer:
In the following articles, you can find out the details of the installation and using all of the above Android systems.
Now you can choose the best option for you and learn how to install Android on PC.Read more