We tell you how to easily install Android on your Tablet

In case you didn't know, tablets with Windows preinstalled They are becoming the most demanded. So if you are looking for more variety of applications on your device, then a tablet like this is the best option for you.

But it is not the same to install an Android OS on a computer, than on a different device such as a tablet. So in the first case it is easier compared to the second, since you will have to use more procedures due to the lack of peripherals in the tablets.

For this reason, this article is the one if you really want to change the Windows operating system to Android, then read on under these lines.

You must know what type of tablet you have

First of all, you should know that Android operating systems can only be installed on the devices in question if they have 32 or 64 bit Windows. You should also know that those tablets that have ARM processors will not be able to change the operating system.

As a separate note, the installation of Android on your tablet may change a bit between different devices. However, the process and the result is usually the same.

Now, if you have a tablet that runs on Windows 8, you may want to change it to Windows 10 immediately. And it is a pretty good solution, but the lack of applications or incompatibilities with windows 10, may make installation more difficult.

In this way, many users generally claim that installing Android is the only safe way to continue using old tablets but with a fully reliable operating system and no runtime errors.

We present some prerequisites that you need

To begin, you must have a set of hardware, devices and peripherals that will allow a clean and error-free installation. Remember that the tablets lack them.

First of all, you must obviously have your tablet, connected to its power supply. You can also have it fully charged. You should also look for a blank flash drive of at least 16 GB. For you to be safe, you can have another flash drive with Windows loaded, in case Android gives you problems.

Also, you must have writing software on USB flash drives, such as Etcher. A USB keyboard is also necessary and a mouse is optional. You must also have a USB hub so you can connect several devices at once. And finally, you must have the Android version that is fully compatible with your tablet.

Phoenix OS is a very good option if you want to try Android on one of those tablets. And for your information, Intel maintains some Android images for Windows devices. Many of them are within the Celadon Project. In GitHub you can find them.

In order to avoid errors, you should check the internet for specific steps to correctly install Android on your tablet. It is almost essential to have a direct reference, with a set of well-established steps. You must do this if you really do not want your tablet to become a paperweight; that is, totally useless.

Is it necessary to install Android on devices such as tablets?

The main reason why users switch to Android, is that the Microsoft Store is relatively simple, modest and does not have as much catalog of apps as Android. Although Windows has a very good user interface both in tablet mode and in touch mode.

Now, if you are an expert in using Android tablets and do not like Windows, the change will be more than reasonable, necessary. And you will find the best option with the new OTG capabilities for Android, which allows you to connect multiple devices to your tablet.

Now, you should keep in mind that you will have restrictions on apps that are compatible with 32-bit systems. However, these apps are growing more and more, but at the moment, you should not trust the Play Store.

Steps for Android installation

First, you must make a couple of adjustments to your device's settings. Do not believe that you are only going to install Android without previous configurations.

First, you must disable the Safe Boot of your device. Then, you must go to the Settings application, you must go to «Update and recovery». Then, you must click on Recovery and select the option Restart now in advanced startup.

Now, you must select the option called Troubleshoot. Next, go to advanced options and then you must select the option called "UEFI Firmware Configuration".

Now, you must go to Security, this is in the menu on the left. You will have to set a supervisor password. Now, after you have entered the password, you must open the "Start" section and go to Safe Start. Now you must disable it

Now that you've done this, you must press and hold the power key to restart your device. Then, you must press the same button again until your tablet screen turns on. What you are doing will allow quick access to the BIOS, where you must enable UEFI mode if it is not.

Then, you must turn off your device and connect the USB hub to the assigned USB port. We recommend that you connect it directly to the designated USB ports on your tablet and not to a docking station.

Now yes: these are the steps for installation on your tablet

If you already have the keyboard and USB flash memory connected, you must turn on your tablet, by pressing the F12 key. When you are in the start menu, you must use the arrow keys to select the USB drive you have connected. If you need to make additional choices, you must use the volume keys on your tablet.

Generally, Android versions come with somewhat different installation steps. As will happen in most cases, you must choose the dual boot option. We do not recommend completely deleting the partition with Windows, since the bootloader is needed so that you can install and run the Android OS.

If the installation was successful, when the tablet restarts, a start menu will appear where you will have to choose between Android and Windows.

Are there other ways to run applications on Windows?

If you are always using apps and that was the reason why you changed the operating system, we can tell you that you can install emulators. This so you can run Android apps on Windows. Software such as NoxPlayer, BlueStacks and Andy can fulfill the emulator function in the best way.

You can turn your tablet into a virtual machine

If you see many difficulties installing your Android OS on your tablet, such as not finding a suitable image, or simply your tablet does not support an installation of this system. Well don't despair, if you don't like emulators, then you can make a virtual machine.

VMWare Player or VirtualBox are great tools for this. They run a virtua environment in which you can install an Android OS. Anyone you've downloaded should work, even if you have the Phoenix OS, the one you tried to install on your device.

Also, this is one of the most interesting and safe way to run Android on your tablet. Since you just have to start Windows, run your virtual machine and then, you can run Android without any problems.

This is complex, but not impossible.

You may find it a headache to install an Android OS on a device such as Windows tablets. Whatever mode you choose, dual boot or a virtual machine, you will surely run your Android OS in the best way and you will be able to enjoy everything it can offer.

But this does not mean that it will run 100%, since many tools or functions will be missing, or will be more basic versions. Also, do not forget to install the Gapps to enjoy everything that Google offers you.