In this tutorial, learn how to install Android 10 (Android Q) on Windows 10 using Android Studio.
There are a few different methods to adapt and install Android on Windows. Particularly, Android is for mobile devices but since without Pixel phones can’t try it out soon, we’ve a different idea to do it. That is installing Android Q on Windows PC. Think it isn’t easy? Let me tell that definitely it is. Even it is simpler + without risk to make use of. It will work and perform pretty similar to it without those bad incidents moving in your head. In this post, I’ll show how to install Android 10 (Android Q) on Windows PC.
How To Install Android Q on Windows PC
Step 1 – Download & Install Android Studio
Provided by Android itself, setting and configuring an Android Emulator is a great way to explore and try out Android and its updates and changes. What it mean by Android Emulator in Android Studio that will run Android with, so we’ll do it this way.
First, we’ll need to download and install Android Studio from its website.
Head to the Android Studio download page and straightly click on Download Android Studio. It will immediately start the process.
When it’s finished, open it and it will appear with the installation wizard.
Proceed with it and when it’s completed, let Android Studio starts.
The pop up will appear indicating whether you want to import settings of Android Settings from before, click Do not import settings and click on OK.
When the wizard opens, click on Next.
Let it by default as Standard and hit Next.
Select however you would like to appear as light or dark and simply click Next.
Review the settings and click on Finish. It will begin downloading a couple of its components without giving you worries.
In the end, when it’s finished, it will be ready to do things so hit Finish.
The Android Studio should now open and it will look like this.
You can refer top 5 Android Emulators for Windows PC from this article.
Step 2 – Set Up A Virtual Device
After the Android Studio is installed, we need to create a virtual device, so here’s how to do it.
From the Android Studio, click on Configure and select AVD Manager.
Next, click on Create Virtual Device.
It will download a few files then click on Finish.
So select a hardware and click Next. You’re free to select anyone of this.
Now, first, click on Refresh icon then when the system images appear, select the Q and double-click on Download.
Click on Accept and hit Next.
The downloading process will start, give it some time as it’s around 1GB.
When the files installed, click on Finish.
Once that’s done, you’ll see this window, click on Next.
On this window that appears, click Finish.
And you’re to the point now, click on the Play button to start it.
here it is! The Android 10 is now there on Windows running completely fine.
Checkout this video to illustrate this guide:
That’s about it.