Installing Android x86 in PC/Laptop

Installing Android x86 in PC/Laptop

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I am back with a new Tutorial guys. And today, I will be teaching you how to install Android x86 in your PC. Yesterday , When I was referring about the Tough way , I launched my Browser to find a easier method for you guys to install it as it would be very difficult to follow and found one too 😉   . So This tutorial would be shorter than yesterday . So let’s move on to the Tutorial guys …

Introduction :

Android x86 runs just like a Android in your Phone/Tablet devices , It’s like a Android Build made for PC . You get the same feel in Android . It gives you the taste of pure Android in PC . But comes with its own shortcomings . Unlike Remix OS , Android x86 lakes the capability of multi-tasking and several other features in Remix OS . Yet it would never fail to give you pure Android in your PC.Let’s move on to the tutorial then .

Step 1 : Download Android x86 :

  • UNetbootin — you’ll use this to create and format a hard drive partition.
  • GParted — this program will help you manage your partition
  • Android-x86 from Sourceforge — obviously, this is how you’ll get the Android source code onto your computer.
1. Download Android-x86 from Sourceforge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/android-x86/)
This will take a while for some, so I recommend doing it first.
The official downloads link to Sourceforge unfortunately

Step 2 : Download Required Tools and Make Bootable USB (GParted) :

2. Format your USB drive to FAT32
3. Download UNetbootin. (http://unetbootin.github.io/)

4. Follow this guide to shrink your volume  :- https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg309169.aspx

5. So assuming,  You’ve now created a hard drive partition! Now time to download GParted. (http://gparted.org/download.php)

6. Run UNetbootin. Choose Disk image, click the three dots and navigate to the .iso you downloaded titled gparted-live-0.xx.x.x.i686.iso. Choose your USB drive and click OK.

If a pop-up appears, press yes.
7. Enter your boot menu. (If you are not sure how, read below)
  1. Restart the computer.
  2. Repeatedly press F12 until a menu displaying devices appears
  3. Use the arrow keys to move up and down, and select the device you want to boot into.
  4. Press the Enter key.

8. Use your arrow keys to navigate the menus from now on. Select your flash drive with the arrow keys and press enter to click it.

Step 3 : Preparing your partitions

9.

The name of the flash drive corresponds to the flash drive manufacturer

 

Boot menu on a Lenovo laptop rather than a desktop PC

10. After seeing some text, this menu should appear. Hit enter when GParted Live is selected. If anything else pops up, keep pressing enter until you see a window open.

11. GParted should pop-up in a window.

 

I had to go to the GParted menu, Devices, and select the drive I wanted to install Android on.
You should probably not have to do this.

 

On your unallocated partition, right click and then press new.

 

Make sure the file system is ext4, and then press Add.

 

Now press Apply to make the change.

 

Press Apply once again, remove the USB, then reboot.

Step 4 : Make Bootable Android x86 and Installation :

12. Run UNetbootin. Choose Disk image, click the three dots and navigate to the .iso file you downloaded titled android-x86-6.0-20151202.iso. Choose your USB drive and click OK.

Android should be ready to boot after this!
13. Once again, go into the boot menu and select the flash drive. UEFI if possible.
Boot menu on a Lenovo laptop rather than a desktop PC

 

The name of the flash drive corresponds to the flash drive manufacturer.
14.  The Android-x86 menu will appear!
Select Installation with your arrow keys and press enter

 

First choose the ext4 partition

 

Press Do not format. If you don’t, you could mess it up.

 

Choose Yes

 

Choose Yes

 

Choose Yes

 

VERY IMPORTANT: Choose NO

 

Choose Yes

 

Allow it to write, this could take a minute

 

Remove the USB drive and reboot

15. Congratulations! You have installed Android alongside Windows!

You can choose which system you want to boot into with your arrow keys and enter!

So this is it . Have a sweet taste of the pure Android in your PC 😉

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