How to install Android on a USB key
Hi! Android is a very versatile mobile operating system because it is based on Linux kernel and other open-source software, it can be run on multiple devices. One of them is the PC and you don’t even need to install it to run it. In this post, we will teach you how to install Android on a USB key.
Android-x86 is an unofficial initiative for Google’s Android mobile operating system to run on devices with AMD and Intel x86 processors, instead of ARM RISC chips. The project started as a series of patches to the Android source code so that it could run on various netbooks and ultra-PCs.
First, you must download the latest ISO image of Android x86, you can do it from the following link:
Then download the tool Rufus, this tool will serve you to create a usb live cd, follow the link below:
Run Rufus, then select the USB drive
Then press the select button and choose the Android x86 ISO image.
After that press start. Then Rufus will ask you to download some necessary files, press Yes. Wait a few minutes and it will be ready.
Booting Android x86
Reboot your PC this should automatically read the USB and load from it. If not, you should select it as a boot method from your PC BIOS.
Then you will see a Install menu, press Run Android x86 without installation. And that’s all Android will start loading.
The mobile operating system Android is one of the most used worldwide, also has one of the largest community of developers, thus achieving reach different sectors and platforms, like our PC and taking advantage of all this hardware, which is even more powerful than the smartphones. An option you should try. Thanks for reading us, share this article with your friends. And join our Telegram Channel. Bye!