Here’s a possible way on how you can run Android Kitkat on your desktop PC, if you’re eager to do so, just install Android on your notebooks, tablets and 32-bit Intel or AMD processor powered PCs.
Google although turned Android operating system into a prolific piece of software for a wide array of gadgets, including smartphones, and wearable. Now, it support 32-bit Windows PC as well and can eventually run KitKat stable version on that without any issues.
Ways are different, but one of the best to do is using Android-x86. Stable version of AOSP (Android Open Source Project) code designed exclusively to run on devices with AMD or Intel chipsets and the team has finally released their first stable build Android 4.4 KitKat based version available for download.
Running Android OS on an x86 compatible machine in the same way, how to install Ubuntu or Linux-based OS installation on your PC. Important to note is that you can also try it without installing anything by using the LiveCD.
Navigate to the Android-x86 download site and find out the latest version of the software, which will be named “Android-86 4.4-r1”. Download it and start installation!
Note: The latest version of the Android 4.4.2 Kitkat for x86 PC includes support for HD and full high-definition playback in apps, thanks to the ffmpeg and stagefright plugins, OpenGL ES hardware acceleration for devices with Intel or AMD Radeon graphics. KitKat-style app aka the Trebuchet launcher developed by the CyanogenMod folks already in the stable version. Enjoy!
(Download Android-x86 for Desktop PC)
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