You have seen or usedThe Android OS installed on today's smartphones. The operating system supplied by a company called Google has been very little time on the list was the most popular mobile operating systems and it is interesting to know that one of the main competitors are and Symbian iOS systems. Perhaps this is the first time you hear, can be a mobile operating system can be installed on the computer. The Google Android operating system released in several different versions in addition to mobile users, owners of home computers and laptops and tablets will be able to use it. You can easily install Android operating system on your computer with the Windows core operating system to install and use it. All version compatible with Windows PC is still the experimental stage, and spends it on Google just released its new operating system for users to learn more. Other features of the operating system can access Live pointed out that even if you do not have it installed on your system.
Users can not download the operating system from Google,so here you can download all the latest version of the popular free operating system. Holders of the company's laptops from ASUS and Dell can download the version for the two companies, but they may not be installed on their laptops for downloading and testing the operating system on the laptop companies Another user is responsible for the laptop because other companies are still not published a special file.
How to install via Live CD/Flash drive:
1. To perform the installation (or create a LiveCD) using a USB drive,
download the Universal USB Installer. This application is designed to create Linux*
LiveCDs, but will also work with Android-x86*. Choose “Try Some Other Live Linux ISO”
from the first drop-down box.
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1. Browse to your Android-x86 2.2 ISO file, and select your USB drive. Also, check the box to format the drive. Click “Create”.
2. Configure your BIOS to boot from the Android x86* installation CD / USB. Choose the “Installation – Install Android to harddisk” option.
3. Next, you will see a partition selection dialog. You can install Android* to an existing partition, or to an external device such as a USB hard drive.
4. To create a new partition, select the “Create/Modify partitions” option, and accept all of the default options.
You will be presented with a list of filesystems with which to format the partition. Format the partition using ext3. (If you chose to format the volume using fat32, Android* will not be able to save data to the partition, and your installation will be erased after power off.)
5. Next, you will be prompted to install boot loader GRUB.
6. If you are installing Android-x86* as the only operating system on your hard disk, choose Yes.
7. If you are installing Android-x86* alongside other operating systems, choose No.
Installation will begin, and you will see the following progress bar.
8. After completion, select “Run Android-x86” and you will be taken to the home screen.
Install Applications and games:
To install the software and play games on the Android operating system and your software into a mobile flash memory drive, or copy and then connect it to your computer or laptop. Then enter the File Manager Android operating system and install your game or software. If you install the file with a notice in the window just to encounter Applications Setting option and select the Unknown sources and then go back and re-enter the File Manager and run the installation file.