Android 7.0 Nougat has made its way to the PC, here’s how to install it

Google and Intel may not be doing much work to make sure that Android can run on devices with Intel processors anymore… but the Android-x86 project continues to release new builds of Android for computers with Intel and AMD chips.

The latest release? A build of Android 7.0 for developers. In other words, you can now run Android 7.0 Nougat on a PC.


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The software is based on Google’s Android Open Source Project (AOSP) code, and it’s still a work in progress. But some of Nougat’s key features, such as split-screen, multi-window mode works, allowing you to interact with two apps on the screen at once.

Keep in mind that at this point Android-x86 7.0 is aimed at developers, so the official page for the software explains how to build the operating system from source, but if you want to download a pre-built disc image, GeekTillitHertz has you covered.

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The site has also posted a short video overview of the operating system in action. You’ll need a minimum 2GB USB drive and Rufus, to make it bootable. And of course the Android x86 image.

Here’s how to install Android 7.0 Nougat on your PC :

Source : Geektillithertz


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