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Walk through adds Android to your notebook or desktop

Add Android to your desktop

| Laptops News | Posted: Jul 26, 2010 5:04 pm

If you ever wanted to add Android to your notebook, netbook, or desktop PC but weren't sure exactly how to do it, How-To Geek has a step by step just for you. The instructions are easy to follow and show how to install Android using two methods.

 

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The first method uses a flash drive or memory card with 256MB of free space. You download the Android ISO for x86 devices along with some other software specified.

 

The alternate is to make a disc image of the Android install ISO using Windows 7 or other software and install from there. The publication says that once it had Android installed that its wireless card and webcam didn't work.

 

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