Running android apps on the V


#1

Hi, still waiting for my i5 16gb eve V…

I was wondering if anyone has android apps running on Eve V (or other machine)?

What do you use? Any android emulator running on Eve tablet? Suggestion?

Is it better to dualboot with an android Os like… blissOS or Remix Os?


#2

Some Android emulators can be a bit glitchy, but useful because you don’t have to reboot to switch.

Dual booting tends to work pretty well though, but both are easy enough to try out.


#3

I personally use AMIDuOS http://www.amiduos.com/ which offers a complete android interface. There are some glitches here and there, but it serves it’s purpose for reasonably cheap.


#4

That may allow some nice Chromecast streaming with android apps as it works best with android OS and apps.
Haven´t been able to make to work the Win10 with Chromecast, except that limitation to use Chrome Browser.

Thank you for the suggestion.

What other alternative emulators can be suggested?


#5

NoxPlayer and MEmu Player are well regarded.
No need to reboot. Should run well within in a window.


#6

I would go with the emulator option.


#7

Thanks, I will try these emulator you talk about.
Presently testing NOX!


#8

I dont understand… Why do you want to run android apps on the v? Gaming? I have had chrome on win10 on my old laptop and it always run with my chromecast…


#9

Yes to run android games


#10

hi, any recommendations for android emulators? i have an old win10 tablet on which i want to run some android apps. some emulators didn‘t run, others are full of ads and preinstalled games


#11

Do u have your V?
Yes
With win10pro?
Yes
The just run android in hyper V


#12

the V is not for running android apps, its windows10 predecessor has to do this job :wink:


#13

Similar to what @tld8102 suggested, I would reccomend running Android x86 in a virtual machine. If you don’t have Windows 10 Pro on your other tablet, you can probably install Virtual Box or VM Ware.


#14

sadly my old tablet is too old and doesn’t have enough performance to run android x86 on virtualbox :frowning:


#15

With several of the android emulators I had tested that actually burned through the CPU much more than the virtual machine did, while running worse. Unfortunately there hasn’t been much of a push for Android on Windows, though I really wish there was.

If only Google could make it so that all play store apps will run inside of Chrome? That would be really awesome.