Android-x86 is an open source project that is designed to bring Android platform to desktop computers with x86 processor, instead of the ARM chips which is found in most Android smartphones. The 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. Here we explain how to install Android on a PC.
Procedure to Install Android-x86 on Your Desktop!
[Disclaimer: This procedure is highly technical. If the laptops / desktops brick or damaged during the installation process, PUNAG cannot be held responsible for any kind of damage for any of your devices. Hence, the user has to perform the installation at their own risk.]
USB stick (pen drive) at least 2 GB of storage space in FAT -32 format.
Download Android – x86 OS using the link: naugatx8620160902.iso.bz2
Now follow the steps below to install Android 7.0 Nougat on desktop
Step 1: Unzip the download Android OS file.
Step 2: Connect the USB stick to your computer
Step 3: Create a bootable Android iso USB . You can use the program Rufus. It will detect the connected USB drive. In the dialog box, choose “ISO Image” and press the next button to find the picture in the folder just decompress
Step 4: 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
Well, as mentioned above, Android-x86 is an open source project, and tends to have some bugs like connecting to Wi-Fi. However, you can try most of the functions and new features that come with Android Nougat.
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