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If you’ve ever wanted to bring your Android phone experience to your PC, or even if you’ve always wanted to play with Android but didn’t want to sign up to a two year contract, now’s the time. There’s a desktop application called Live Android.
Live Android is an open-source project that allows consumers to boot Android on any x86-based machine. The software was designed to load from a CD, but you can also use a flash drive to boot Android from the PC.