In this How to Guide, you will learn to install Android 7.0 Nougat on any Windows or Linux PC. It’s super easy and quick. Your system will not be harmed during the installation of Android Nougat only if you follow each step correctly as listed. For better understanding of How to guides, we always try our best to upload a video tutorial.
Installing Android Nougat 7.0 on PC
To install Android 7.0 Nougat on PC, you will need few things listed below. Also, We at Techposts.org, will or cannot be held responsible for any damages if occurs to your PC or any device. So please proceed at your Own Risk.
Recommended system requirements
- 2 GHz dual core processor or better
- 2 GB system memory
- Minimum 8 GB of free hard drive space
- Internet access is helpful
Step 1. Things You will Need
- 1 USB Flash Drive or Bootable CD/DVD.
- 4GB or more free Hard Disk Space for Android installation.
- Android x86 7.0 Nougat ISO File for Windows.
- Universal USB Installer Tool or Rufus to create bootable USB thumb drive.
Step 2. Prepare a Android 7.0 Nougat Installation USB Drive
- Run Universal USB Installer Tool or Rufus and create a bootable USB flash drive using the Android Marshmallow R3 ISO image file that you downloaded.
- Select Android from the Drop Down menu, Then Browse the Android x86 ISO file and then select the USB Thumb Drive and Hit Create Button.
Step 3A. Installing Android 7.0 Nougat on Windows PC
- Restart your PC or laptop and choose USB flash drive as the source or boot drive. (Make USB to boot first and before CD/DVD ROM under your system’s BIOS settings).
- 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 Marshmallow on your PC.
- Select your appropriate hard disk partition to install Android x86 i.e. C: or D: or you can choose to install on any new partition.
- Now, You will get a few prompts messages pertaining to installation of GRUB Bootloader. Make sure to allow them.
- Now, another prompt message will ask you to make system /r/w. Hit Yes on this as well, especially if you’d like to modify your Android x86 installation later.
- After that, you will get another prompt to install virtual SD card. Use 2048 MB for space, as that’s the maximum supported for NTFS file systems. You can get max 32GB if you use a ext3 or ext4 formatted storage.