To understand Android ISO, first of all, we need to get the hang of ISO. What are they, what are their functionalities and what does it stand for let’s find out.
ISO stands for “In Search of.” It is slang for “ISO9660” which is the name of a standard specification for CDs. With the help of a CD burning program, all you need is a CD burning program. Similarly for the USB drive depending on the burning application. In short, you can make a Compact Disk functional by using ISO e.g. with the help of an ISO image of Windows version you can make a CD, or a USB disk enabled for installing the windows on any other system.
What is Android ISO?
Android is the Google mobile operating system, and its ISO file is used for the same purpose as mentioned in the introduction.
The ISO image is for Android virtual machine
Or it can run directly on a computer operated on Windows 10, 8.1 & 7.
Android operating system is famous for:
1. Cool features.
2. Uncountable applications.
4. Improved battery life.
You can run Andriod apps on a Windows laptop or a PC by using Android emulator application. One of the popular emulator application is Bluestacks, and other alternatives are YouWave and KoPlayer.
Do you know that Intel is now interested in making “Dual OS” Pcs – the devices that would have both Windows and Android running on them? Why not have the benefits of both OS in your system by using BlueStacks instead of buying a new PC.
Here’s how you can run Android apps on your Windows and play endless games:
BlueStacks is currently the best App Player to run Android apps on Windows. Your entire operating system is not replaced -Instead, you can run Android apps on a Windows desktop.
Step 1: Download BlueStacks App Player for Windows
Step 2: Associate a Google Account: with BlueStack by clicking on “1-Click Sync Setup” which will guide you through the process using its wizard interface.
Step 3: Set up BlueSTacks Cloud Connect: (This is an optional step for the users who wants to push apps from their Android smartphone or tablet) or just enter your Google plays tore account information into the registration form of BlueStacks.
Step 4: Running and Installing the Applications: Either you sync your apps into the player or not, you can use the built-in application to install apps from Google play just like you do on your Android smartphone.
Step 5: Use ‘Z’ or ‘X’ to stimulate tilting the device right of left because you cannot tilt your PC or laptop.
Use Control + for zooming in
And Control – for zooming out
That’s it; now you have access to unlimited exciting applications on your wide screen.
However, before we start we must now the pros and cons it has to offer. That way, we will be able to understand the system better.
-Play games well enough
-Does not use a lot of storage space
-Easy to install
-Convenient to use
-You have to install some random apps
-Have to pay $2 a month
-Home screen apps can’t be controlled
-Lacks full Android design
-It lags very often
-Features aren’t flexible and contain bugs
That’s pretty much it. Enjoy the double treat..!