How to install Android 5.1 Lollipop on PC with Windows

Hey, Welcome to the new How to Guide from Techno Planners. Today in this tutorial we will show you how to Install Android 5.1 Lollipop on Any PC or Laptop along with windows, dual boot – Android Lollipop with Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10, Linux / MAC operating system.



What’s New in Lollipop 5.1 x86:
  • Faster then Previous 5.0.2
  • Wifi and Bluetooth Working perfectly fine [Tested].
  • PlayStore and Google Apps Pre-Installed[Tested]
  • Much better than previous 5.0.2 Update
  • Many other important Bug Fixes

Recommended for you :- How To Uninstall Android x86 from PC

Pre-Requesting
  • 1 USB Flash Drive or Bootable CD/DVD.
  • 4GB Free Hard Disk Space for Android installation.
  • Android x86 5.1 Lollipop ISO File. Download it from below
  • Rufus to create bootable USB thumb drive.

Install Android 5.1 On PC with Windows

Step 1. By using Rufus application, Make a bootable USB flash drive using the ISO image file that you downloaded from below.

Step 2: After that, Restart your PC or Laptop via USB flash drive as the source. (Make USB to boot first and before CD/DVD ROM under your system’s BIOS settings)

Step 3: Now, When the menu appears, just select Install Android x86 to hard disk. You can also Run it As a Live Cd which means that if any changes made, they will not be saved. But if you install it then any changes that you make will be saved next time you boot android.

Step 4: Select your appropriate hard disk partition to install Android x86 or you can install on any new partition.

Step 5: Now, You will get a prompts messages to installation of GRUB Bootloader. Make sure to hit on yes.
Install Android 5.1 Lollipop on PC

Step 6: Now, another prompt message will ask you to make system /r/w. Hit Yes on this.
Install Android 5.1 on PC with windows

Step 6: After that, you will get another prompt to install internal space. Use 2047 MB for space, as that’s the maximum supported.

Step 7: Now, You can Restart your PC / Laptops. After Reboot.

Congratulations!! You have successfully installed Android 5.1 Lollipop on Your Desktop PC/Laptop.


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    1. click on below link Android 5.1 x86 ISO

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    2. There is no download link...just a red piece of text saying download here but it is not clickable !!!

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  2. Playstore errors 907 and 963 no install apps

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    1. I install some applications using APKs files directly (those who have to install), I can not play store, always returns the errors listed above.

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  5. I burned a CD and have attempted to run the live portion of it on my Hewlett Packard Pavilion g6 laptop with no luck. I boot the CD into live install, the install starts, but gets hung on a large pulsating "Android" word. I may be able to do a full install of Android instead of running it as a live CD, but I'm concerned about uninstalling it later without messing up my windows install. My laptop is running Windows 7 Ultimate, if I decide to uninstall the android 5.1, how do I do it without losing windows 7? In other words how would I go back to my original Win7 install prior to Android without reinstalling Windows again?

    2 issues:
    How do I get past the pulsating "ANDROID" logo and how do I uninstall android if ever I actually get it installed?

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    1. I found an uninstall instruction for the grub/dual boot option and Android from the TechnoPlanner website, it works, just follow the ez directions. Here's the link:

      http://technoplanners.blogspot.in/2015/04/how-to-uninstall-android-x86-and-grub.html

      FYI: the Lollipop Android Rom didn't work on my HP G6 laptop, I couldn't get installation in any modes and received errors.

      I tried one from http://www.android-x86.org , Kitkat 4.4.2 and it installed, however sound is not working properly, I can barely hear a faint whisper. I'm going to try another current Android Rom from the http://www.android-x86.org website, hopefully I can get better sound. Again, just to confirm; I uninstalled 4.4.2 as instructed on the TechnoPlanners site (link above). No startup problems into Win7 Ultimate. I hope that helps, doesn't seem like anyone from the TechnoPlanners website/Blog responds to questions.

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  6. I have one question about change android to windows.
    In other word, if i install this Windows<->Android?
    or ONLY Android (Can't use Windows)?

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    1. You need to look up dual booting how-to before proceeding

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  8. The Download link isn't working..
    Pl. Fix the broken link..

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  9. my installation completed as in video but load freezed with android logo displaying help

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  10. https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0B43N_UcsJhpjNXZHQVVJaXJaWjQ&export=download

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  11. IM TRYING TO INSTALL IT ON VIRTUAL BOX BUT IT ISNT WORKING ! IT KEEPS ON BOOTING UP ! PLS HELP ME !

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  12. Hey Techno Planners:

    I have a question. I've struggled a bit to surpass legacy mode on the Bios, then the installation itself, but finally I've got everything installed, GRUB included of course. Thing is, I can't get out of the load pulsating "Android" screen.

    In the debug mode I see that it sees to endlessly tries to enumerate a USB port. That is, it recognises it and than say, "ouh my, another USB port, lets enumerate that one now..." So it just goes on enumerating USB ports. (Last time I tried I got to 102 USB ports :( )

    Suggestions?

    Thanks!

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    1. ever figure this out? I am having the same issue in debug no matter what version of android I use.

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  13. hi i have installed it but my Bluetooth, wifi and camera is not working please help me waiting for your kind reply

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    1. Uninstall Android x86 then re-install it on your PC

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  14. so that i am not able to download or transfer any app to my pc pls help me

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  15. I have done it twice but same problem exist

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  16. how much space i have to provide to install and run android smoothly?? and what if i want to uninstall it later, how to do it??

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    1. Maximum 4 - 5 GB free space you needed to it on your PC and you can also check out how to uninstall Android x86 on your PC

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  17. i have successfully installed it but now tell me how to come on my system windows

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  18. there are some problems! any solutions please?!
    1- Wi-Fi doen't work with adapters like tp-link tl-wn722n and other adapters!
    2- MX Player doesn't work with or without codec it's show MX Player has stopped!
    3- when you run an application runs as portrait the screen turns and never return to the paysage till the next reboot!

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  19. hey bro althings worked fine till i am in the initial android settings and the their i kepping getting the messages of google play services has stopped or other apps. unable to boot .help?

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  20. hey bro althings worked fine till i am in the initial android settings and the their i kepping getting the messages of google play services has stopped or other apps. unable to boot .help?

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  21. hey can i acess my windows partitions from android

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  22. A question, i've an old PC, which hasn't wi-fi conection but it has an ethernet port. Does android recognize it?

    Will this S.O work on my AMD Sempron with 512 ram?

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  23. its not working like the image looks like. it is a corruptbfileband its messing up your expensive divice.
    wait for devolelponers that are knowing where theybtalk about. seeing this above isiues i guess thy are lucky it worked forvthem but for most you will stuck on answers thatvseems to be answerd butbit isnt at. this is a less amature proof.
    theybsaybon yourvown risk not for nothing. Windows hvend sy that ever before. so do not this. like remix os. bullshit. it works butbits premature

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  24. I keep hitting Download ... to add Android 5.1 to my Windows 7 laptop... but I get no anything.

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