How to Install Android on PC

Want to know how to run Android on PC? Join Adam as he teaches you everything you need to know about running an Android emulator or virtual device on desktop.

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39 thoughts on “How to Install Android on PC

  1. Some great additional suggestions in the comments guys, including Nox and Phoenix OS, installing Bliss x86, Lineage OS or Android x86 on a dual boot partition, casting your game from your phone to a smart TV or Chromecast, or using Samsung DeX or Huawei's desktop mode.

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  3. Why not just install Android directly? I tried this once before on a different type of laptop but got caught up when I realized I needed a machine with a touch screen. Today I will try again with my legacy Android installation discs and see if I can't upgrade that all the way up to 9.0. Reach out to me if an update if you like.

  4. Just some stuff I like to point out:

    * Android Emulators are really not emulators. These "emulators" use Virtual Machines at the backend with GPU passthrough and keyboard support. If you really want just want the emulation of the runtime, Chrome OS/Chromium OS is the most closest you can go for since:
    – Android Runtime is installed with the Chromium OS/ Chrome OS. They're using lightweight containers instead of virtualizing the entire hardware, getting you native performance that surpasses smartphones.
    – You can also try the Chromium fork called FydeOS which has Google Play support for ARC. Using a Chrome-fied Chrome OS image works as well.

    * Anbox is another Android emulator using containers, but its strictly Linux only. The reason for this is because Anbox relies on kernel modules that has been ported for vanilla Linux distros which works only in the kernel. You can get this running as well on WSL2 with the native kernel, but you'll have to be on Windows Insiders to get WSL2

  5. but wait, isnt android a linux based OS? Shouldnt there be a way to get this thing running like normally? I am not sure of the inherent obstacles of doing such a thing BUT they should really consider making a desktop android OS.

  6. Thank you for posting this video. I am a long ways from being a millennial but I love my PC. I am not into the action games but I love puzzle games. I have been trying to play Churchill Solitaire since it hit the market. I found this video very useful. I got BlueStacks installed with no problem and I have my game up and running. YAY YAY YAY.

  7. I tried this on a spare test platform windows pc (IBM). It worked, HOWEVER, WHEN THE SCREEN TIMEOUT PRESET IN ANDROID OS ACTIVATED, IT WOULD NOT RESPOND TO THE MOUSEPAD, AND SINCE THE PC WASN'T A TOUCHSCREEN, I COULDN'T REOPEN THE OS! I HAD TO WIPE THE WHOLE PC AND REINSTALL WINDOWS ALL OVER AGAIN! ONLY DO THIS ON A TOUCHSCREEN WINDOWS PC IS MY OPINION! The only input device you have on any computer is mouse, touchpad, keyboard, or touchscreen.

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