Allows you to run Android on AMD and Intel x86 operating systems

Android-x86 (32-bit)

Android-x86 (32-bit)

  -  726 MB  -  Open Source
  • Latest Version

    Android-x86 9.0 (32-bit) LATEST

  • Review by

    Marian Marinescu

  • Operating System

    Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 11

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Android-x86 is a complete software solution for Android on common x86 platforms. You may think Android-x86 32bit as an Android BSP of generic x86 platforms. This is an open-source project licensed under Apache Public License 2.0. Some components are licensed under GNU General Public License (GPL) 2.0 or later. The original plan is to host different patches for android x86 support from open source community.

Android-x86 (32-bit) Screenshot 1

Features and Highlights
  • Kernel 4.19, KMS enable
  • Wifi support with GUI
  • Better disk installer
  • Power Suspend/resume (S3 mode)
  • Battery Status
  • Software mouse cursor
  • Mouse wheel
  • Support netbook native resolution
  • Audio (ALSA)
  • V4l2 Camera support
  • Mirror mode on external monitors
  • External storage automount support
  • Support external keyboard
  • Debug mode with busybox
  • Bluetooth
  • G-sensor
In progress
  • OpenGL ES hardware acceleration for intel/radeon/nvidia/amdgpu (pstglia, mauro) and virgl(robh) GPUs.
  • HDMI audio (cwhuang)
  • LineageOS integration (jjm)
  • Hardware-accelerated codecs
  • Multiple displays support
  • Better power management
  • Miracast

Is Android-x86 compatible with my PC?
It supports most x86-based hardware, including desktops, laptops, and certain tablets. However, compatibility may vary depending on specific components, so it's recommended to check the project's website for compatibility information.

Can I dual-boot Android-x86 with Windows 11/10?
Yes, it can be dual-booted with Windows or other operating systems. During installation, users can choose to install Android-x86 alongside existing operating systems, allowing them to select the desired OS at boot time.

Does Android-x86 32bit support Google Play Store?
Yes, it supports the Google Play Store, allowing users to download and install apps directly from Google's official repository. However, users may need to install Google Play Services separately for full compatibility with certain apps.

Can I customize the Android-x86 interface?
Yes, Android-x86 is highly customizable, allowing users to modify various aspects of the interface, including wallpapers, themes, icons, and system settings. Advanced users can also make deeper customizations through root access and system-level tweaks.

Is Android-x86 suitable for gaming?
It can run a wide range of Android games, including both casual and graphically intensive titles. However, gaming performance may vary depending on hardware specifications and driver support.


Bliss OS: Another popular Android-based operating system for PCs, offering a sleek interface and extensive customization options.

Phoenix OS: Designed specifically for desktops and laptops, Phoenix OS provides a desktop-like experience with Android compatibility.

PrimeOS: Targeted towards gamers, PrimeOS offers optimizations for gaming performance and supports keyboard and mouse input.

ChromeOS Flex: While not strictly Android-based, Chrome OS provides a lightweight and versatile operating system with Android app support on select devices.

Remix OS: Though discontinued, Remix OS was known for its desktop-like interface and productivity features, making it a notable alternative for Android on PC.


The software is open-source and available for 100% FREE, allowing users to download from FileHorse and use it without any cost. However, users may incur expenses related to hardware components or optional software installations.

System Requirements

The system requirements for the app vary depending on the intended use case and hardware specifications. Generally, it requires an x86-based processor, a minimum of 1GB RAM (2GB recommended), and sufficient storage space for installation and apps.

  • Broad hardware compatibility
  • Extensive customization options
  • Access to the vast Android app ecosystem
  • Smooth performance on x86 hardware
  • Free and open-source
  • It's been a long time since there was an update on the official website
  • Some apps may not be fully optimized for PC usage
  • Limited official support compared to mainstream operating systems
  • Compatibility issues with certain hardware components
  • Updates and security patches may depend on community contributions
Note: Burn .iso to CD or make bootable USB drive. In case of installing it on VMWare change virtual disk type to IDE since the default, VMWare SCSI is not supported by the Android-x86 kernel.

Also Available: Android-x86 (64-bit)

  • Android-x86 9.0 (32-bit) Screenshots

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    Android-x86 9.0 (32-bit) Screenshot 1
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