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[WinApp][Updated 28 April] Android x86 Easy Installer

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5th December 2015, 03:54 PM |#131  
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same here. Try installing normally

Yes. Installed it normally. Created a new ext4 partition and installed it.
 
 
4th April 2016, 12:05 AM |#132  
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Great work, thank you.
I've been trying to install Android with your "Legacy" installer but wouldn't get any boot option.
Android is installed on second partition on C:/ drive, NTFS.
My laptop is an Asus win 7 64 but originally came with win 8 pro!
I did try to use your new "UEFI" installer to no avail with this Error: Secure boot not available.
Any suggestion/help is much appreciated.
27th April 2016, 08:13 PM |#133  
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it installs correctly but when i boot it it stucks at A N D R O I D
2nd June 2017, 12:04 AM |#134  
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I used the installer and installation of Bliss X86 rom went as a breeze on my surface Pro 3. When I restarted i got the boot screen as below.
1 Windows
2 Android

When I selected Android I get an error message . I am attaching the screen shots.

When I go to control panel/programs/ I don't find Android listed. So I am not able to uninstall and try again. When I go to commandprompt as admin and command bededit.exe I can see android as well as the file \android\boot\grldr.mbr but I still get the error message.

Any help please. I really appreciate the nice work done on the installer.

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7th July 2017, 02:09 PM |#135  
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Great work!
Thank you very much! I've had so many trouble to install an x86 to my usb device, and now it's like making chocolate milk (powder based)!!
Great work!
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8th July 2017, 02:04 PM |#136  
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Will this work on AMD apu Chipset
26th August 2017, 11:01 PM |#137  
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THANKS
thankyou su much, i have been looking for the installer
17th February 2018, 04:27 PM |#138  
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Originally Posted by ExtremeGTX

Description:

This Installer will let you install Android x86 on your PC like any other application, no risk to Damage HDD Partitions, Boot Data or User Data. It’s like WUBI (ubuntu installer) NOT a WUBI Based Installer.
After installation you will got an option at boot to select Windows or Android.


Requirements:

  • Android x86 ISO
  • Windows Boot Manager/NTLDR is the default Boot Manager
  • Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8 32-bit or 64-bit
  • .NET Framework 4

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Instructions:

  • Install:
  1. Go to http://www.android-x86.org/download
  2. Download any version of Android (i recommended eeepc version 4.0-RC2)
  3. Launch the Installer (Installer Link below)
  4. Select the downloaded ISO file
  5. Select the partition which Android will be installed to.
  6. Select “User Data Max. Size” which will store download Apps and User Settings
  7. Click Install and wait about 5 min.
  • Note: Installation time depends on “User Data Max. Size” may be more than 10min with 32GB
  • Uninstall:
  1. Start->Control Panel -> Programs and Features
  2. Select Android and click on “Uninstall”
  3. Just press any key and wait until screen disappear

Know Issues:

  • Not Work if GRUB is the default bootloader
  • EFI Not Supported

Change Log:
  • Version 1.2:
    - Support Windows 2000/XP [waiting for Users Reports]
    - Logging Installation Process
  • Version 1.1: automatically detect if VGA Card require xforcevesa nomodeset, no more android black screen
  • Version 1.0: initial version

Some Notes:

  • you can install Android on "USB Disk" or "SD Card"
  • you can install Android on Windows partition (Drive C: ), no problems at all

Windows 8 and UEFI-Enabled Devices Note:


Download:
Version 1.2:
Installer Version 1.2


Hitting Thanks button encourage me

Works on Oracle VM- Matter of fact I pluged my phone in the computer and now it really thinks it's a phone again. I also installed T-Mobile Digits. It can now receice and send calls and SMS. LOL it's pretty awesome. I like it. I'm going to use it as my a very light weight Media server. It's hold all the media for the entire house plus 3 IP cameras around the house 24 hours a day. It's doing pretty well thus far.

Good Job Android@!
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