A guide to install Android on your Netbook, Laptop or Desktop

Now I would like to introduce a guide to install android on your netbook, laptop or even your desktop with screenshots. I will describe the method of installing android on a netbook,a  laptop or even a desktop.

1st step: How to to install Android on your flash drive or memory card.

First of all, you need to make sure that you have a flash drive or memory card which is inserted into your computer. You have to more than 256MB free storage space in your flash drive or memory card. Now you have to download and setup Android on your drive from here.

  Head over to the Android x86 download page, scroll down to the “Stable Release” section, and click View under android-x86-1.6-r2.iso.  This will start the ISO file downloading to your computer.
Now you have to download Unetbootin software for here.
When your downloads will complete, you have to run UNetbootin.  Click the bullet beside Diskimage, then click the “… “ button and select the Android ISO file you just downloaded.  Finally, select the correct flash drive or memory card in the menu on the bottom, and click Ok.

UNetbootin will copy the files to your flash drive.  This may take a few moments,         depending on your flash drive’s speed. This you should wait.


Once it will be finished, you will be asked to wish to reboot.  If you want to go ahead and run android, you can click Reboot. Otherwise, you have to exit and run Android from your flash drive when you want.

If you want to try Android on a computer that has a CD/DVD drive, you could just burn the ISO to a disk and boot from it.  Netbooks don’t have CD drives, and even on a desktop, it can be nice to not waste a CD just for this.  If you want to burn it to a disk, you can do it easily from ImgBurn.
2nd Step: Using Android on your netbook, laptop, desktop
With a view to running Android on your netbook, laptop, or even a full desktop computer, all you have to   do, is to reboot your computer with the USB drive, and select to boot from it.  Not all computers will automatically boot from a USB device. So you may have to press F2, F10, or another key, depending on your computer, and change the Boot options in the bios.

Now you boot from the USB drive, select Live CD – Run Android-x86 without installation. Here you can choose any option as you want by scrolling. 

Here you will see a text prompt for a few moments as Android begins to load. Please don’t navigate from here. 
 Then you’ll see the Android boot screen, though we only saw it for a moment, as our computer booted really fast into Android.

After waiting a couple of seconds, you will see the Android on your netbook or computer!  You can quickly access one of the apps on the home screen, or open the menu to see more options.
 That is all for today. Have a good time.

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