How to Install Android Oreo x86 on PC with Windows Dual Boot

Hey, So As we know as Oreo available for lots of devices and Now Oreo x86 branch is ready for Windows PC and Linux PC. In this post I will teach you how to install Android Oreo on PC and it's also work for x32 bit and x 64 bit machine. That is the latest version of Android x86 project for PC. Now Wifi and Play Store working access internet on the machine. Recently Android Oreo 8.1 x86 available for PC.

Pre Requirements
  • Android Oreo ISO (Download All files from end of post)
  • Rufus to make a bootable Pen-Drive
  • 1GB Pen drive needed

  • WiFi Working
  • Bluetooth Working
  • Application and Game
  • Dual Boot Supported
  • Support External Device
  • Power Suspend And Resume Working
  • UEFI Supported
  • 32-Bit/ 64-Bit Supported

How to Install Android Oreo on PC

  1. Download Rufus and Android Oreo image from end of post.
  2. Run Rufus Software on your PC and Connect USB Flash Drive to PC. Now Click CD-Drive logo button to select ISO file. Now find and select the ISO file and click on the start button. And wait to finish it.
  3. Reboot your PC
  4. Now reboot your PC using USB Flash Drive As The Source. (Make USB To Boot First And Before CD/DVD ROM Under Your System’s BIOS Settings)
  5. When the Android x86 Menu appears, Just Select Install Android x86 to Hard Disk.
  6. Select your appropriate hard disk partition to install Android x86 or you can install on any new partition.
  7. Now, You will get a prompt message to the installation of GRUB Bootloader. Make sure to hit on yes.
    Android Oreo on PC with Windows Dual Boot
  8. Now, another prompt message will ask you to make system /r/w. Hit Yes on this.
  9. After that, you will get another prompt to install internal space. Use 2048 MB of space, as that’s the maximum supported.
    Android Oreo x86 on PC
  10. Now select Reboot. After Reboot You can use Android x86 on PC.

Download here
Rufus -
Oreo ISO - android-x86

Congratulation, Now you can enjoy Android Oreo on PC and notebook with Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 dual boot supported. If you find any this help full please drop your comment below and Share this post with your friends thank you and have a nice day.

Gaurav Saxena

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