Android is one of the popular mobile operating system out in the market. The latest Android 5.0 Lollipop came with number of improvements over the earlier version. Google recently announced the successor of the Lollipop dubbed as Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
You can also enjoy the Android even on your PC or laptop using a AMIDuOS emulator. This application gives you a great Android environment emulation on Windows computers and tablets. Now the software is finally supporting the Android 5.0 Lollipop.
AMIDuOS is a paid software, but you can use the software for a trial period of 30 days. The software supports Windows 7 to Windows 10. After installing the software you will be able to dual-boot Android with fully supported Play Store on your Windows PC.
Here are the complete steps that you will help you to install the Android emulator and enjoy Android apps on your Windows computer. Take a look at the slider below.
Download and install the AMIDuOS Android emulator on your Windows computer. You can download the software for a trial period or you can buy by paying $15. Download link
After installing, AMIDuOS will prompt you to enable Virtualization Technology from System BIOS setup. Restart your PC and enter into BIOS setup, under the System Configuration enable Virtualization Technology option.
After installing the Android emulator, you need to download the G-Apps (Google Apps) package. G-Apps will provide you to get the access to the Play Store including other Google apps and services. Download link
Now open the AMIDuOS on your Windows computer. Upon launching you will see a standard Android loading screen. Now you are currently running Android on your Windows computer.
Now navigate to the G-Apps, that you have downloaded earlier. Right-click on the zip file and choose "Apply to DuOS". This will install the G-Apps package to the Android emulator. Ensure the AMIDuOS is not closed during this process, after installing the G-Apps AMIDuOS will automatically restart.
That's it, now you can enjoy Android apps on your Windows running PC.