Android Oreo is the most powerful and latest operating system this year. The OS will be backbone of Android devices which will perform professionally and smartly. With all feedbacks, complaints, and comments, this time the Android has tried to full-fil the needs by update and much improvement on speed, display, power and more. To check out and test the latest Android, you’ll need to download and install it whether on your phone or PC. Like before, the Pixel and Nexus phones are the first flagships to install Android Oreo, while the other Android phones are expected to be next for it. If you don’t own a Pixel or Nexus and can’t wait for the update, then you’re in the right place. In this article, I’m going to show you how to install Android Oreo on PC step by step.
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Install Android Oreo or 8.0 on PC
Step 1# Download & Install Android Studio
1. Download and install Android Studio from the link below.
Download Now: Android Studio
Step 2# Create a New Project
When the download and installation finished, open Android Studio and head up towards creating a new project on Android Studio on the first screen.
On the new project page, give a name to the application or OS and click Next.
Select the Phone and Tablet option and click Next or you can choose wear, TV or auto for different display purposes.
Select a type of activity to mobile and click Next.
On this page, let everything by default and click Finish.
The creation started and it will take time depending on your system.
Step 3# Download & Run Android Oreo
Once the project created and started fully, now navigate to the Tools>Android>AVD Manager.
On the Android Virtual Manager, click on Create New Device.
Now choose hardware you want to virtualize Android O on like Pixel XL or Nexus.
Here, select a system image, so to download & use Android O click on Download and let it download, when finished, click Next.
When downloaded, select Android O and click Next.
Finalize the settings by clicking Finish to create the project and get ready for running Android O.
When the project created fully, click on the Play button and it will start running.
Here’s another shot of Android O.
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