After releasing Android Oreo from Google. Now by chie-wing, Android Oreo x86 on PC has launched its stable version for Windows computers and laptops. Now you can download this Android Oreo for PC and install it on your computer or laptop. And running two operating systems in the same computer at a time.
You can run Android Oreo on PC and Windows with the help of Dual Boot option. I had installed Android Oreo in the Lenovo Flex 10 laptop. Which is a touch screen laptop and is running on Windows 8 operating system. This laptop have low configuration for example 2 GB of RAM and Pentium Processor, Due to this reason I could not use it as much as I wanted.
What’s new in Android Oreo 8.1 ISO
- Now works for both 32-bit and 64-bit processors, which was previously available for only 32-bit processors Android Oreo for PC computers and laptops.
- Now you can run Android on UEFI PC, which was previously only available for BIOS.
- Drivers now work on all computers and laptops such as WIFI, Bluetooth, Sound, Camera and Ethernet Cable.
- Any USB hard disk, Pen Drive or any memory card can be run on Android Oreo on PC
- Now you get the Play store installed on Android Oreo x86 on PC, which you can run with the help of a GMAIL ID.
What things will be needed to Run Android Oreo 8.1 on a computer?
- In the partition of any hard disk you want to install Android, then that partition should have at least 10GB of space.
- You should have a pen drive with a space of at least 4GB
- Download Rufus for making a bootable Pen Drive
- You need to Download Android Oreo 8.1 ISO, which you will install inside the pen drive with the help of Rufus. Download First Stable Android 8.1 ISO for your PC.
How to Install Android Oreo x86 on PC
Download Android Oreo ISO for PC
Step 1. First of all, you need Rufus and Android Oreo 8.1 ISO files to install Android on a computer. You can download it from the below link and if you have already downloaded it, you can move to the next step.
Step 2. Now you have to first install Android OREO in pen drive with the help of Rufus. So first connect the pen drive to the computer. Now start Rufus software on your computer
Make Bootable Pen Drive
Step 3. Now by clicking on the Select button you have to select the Android OREO iso file that you downloaded. Once the ISO file is selected, click on the Start button from the bottom button. After clicking on the Start button, the file will be copied to the pen drive. Once the file has been copied, then you exit the Rufus.
Step 4. Now have to shutdown the computer but do not remove the pen drive from the computer.
Boot Your PC using Pen Drive
Step 5. Once the computer is completely shutdown. Now you have to boot the computer from the pen drive the same way we boot to install Windows. You can boot the pen drive directly by changing the boot option by going to the BIOS settings. And when the computer starts, directly you can boot from the pen drive by pressing the boot menu button. F2 key for Lenovo laptops and F9 key for HP laptops.
Step 6. Once you boot from the pen drive, you will see a blue page with four options on the screen. You have to select Last option Install Android-x86 to hard disk.
Step 8. Make Dual Boot with Windows and Android. You will now have some prompt message shows, as shown in the screenshot below. First of all, the EFI GRUB bootloader will show a prompt which you have to skip.
Install Android Oreo Grub Bootloader for Dual Boot
Step 13. Now you will receive the last prompt that will ask you and run android and restart. If you want to start Android Oreo on PC, select the option of Run Android or select the restart option to restart your computer.
Now Android Oreo on PC is gladly installed on you computer and laptop. Whenever you start the computer you will have two option shows on the screen, Android and Windows. If you have to run Android Oreo for PC, then select Android and if you want to run Windows then select Windows. Recently Android Pie on PC available you can check out that post. We have written a new article that will help you to experience Face Lock in the old Android Phone. If you like this article then you can share it.