Yes, you can actually run Windows on your Android device. But you must have a Windows PC to do this because running Android OS on an average mobile phone isn’t compatible with all Windows PCs. So how would you get this to work? I’ll show you how in this article.
The problem you will run into if you want to run Windows on your Android is that there isn’t a “standard” version of the operating system out there. If you want to be able to use a standard version of Windows then you are going to have to get a software program that can convert your mobile phone into what the rest of the world calls a “fake PC”. In other words, it’s just like installing Windows for a real PC.
To make it so you can run Windows on your Android you need to get a third party application that will do it for you. It’s not as easy as one might think but I found it was pretty easy once I figured out what I needed.
The first thing I did when I wanted to run Windows on my Android was to download and install a third party software called “Xenu”. This is a piece of software that allows you to convert your Android phone into a computer. With this software program you install it on your phone and it will let you download a “master copy” of the Windows XP operating system. From there you install the software on your phone and then it will let you change the configuration settings to the Windows XP version of the OS.
The only drawback to using Xenu to get Windows on your Android is that it requires that you have a computer with Windows XP installed as well as the Xenu software. That’s because it can’t be installed from an SD card, USB drive or from a computer.
Now you have to make sure that you have the software and hardware necessary to run Windows on your phone, otherwise it won’t work. The software program and hardware I used required two pieces of hardware: a USB flash drive and a MicroSD card. Once I had both of these devices and the software program installed they were set to work automatically and I was ready to go.