How To Install & Setup Phoenix OS As Dual Boot On Windows - Android 7.1 Nougat OS - Phoenix OS Review - Cursed Brains

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

How To Install & Setup Phoenix OS As Dual Boot On Windows - Android 7.1 Nougat OS - Phoenix OS Review



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    How To Install & Setup Phoenix OS As Dual Boot On Windows - Android 7.1 Nougat OS - Phoenix OS Review

    In the below video & in the article, you will get to know how to install & setup Phoenix OS as a dual boot on windows OS/PC/System,

    Phoenix OS is an Android 7.1 based OS for experiencing android Nougat/N environment over your Windows PC/System/Computer or laptop,

    Phoenix OS is similar to android emulators but phoenix OS gives smoother experience compared to emulators with no lags & glitches, many Phoenix OS users have even said that this is the best replacement to remix OS which is also an Android OS, so it makes Phoenix OS be the best Android operating system,



    the best thing about Phoenix OS is, it is known for running android apps & games smoothly on windows dual boot, you can run any android mobile games or apps with just a restart & entering into phoenix OS with no much delay compared to android emulators,

    recently phoenix OS has got much exposure due to PUBG Mobile & it is to be known that Phoenix OS can run PUBG Mobile smoothly with 40-60 FPS on ultra settings, so I will soon make a video & write an article on 'How to Install PUBG Mobile on phoenix OS' in which I will show how you can optimize PUBG Mobile with best settings to run it better than android mobiles,

    For now, in this article, I will show how to install & setup phoenix OS step by step,

    Download Phoenix OS

    Visit the following link - http://bit.ly/DownloadPhoenixOS  (Phoenix OS official website) to download OS without any viruses or malware,

    you will see multiple download options on the website, let me clarify each one of them for you, there are two different versions of Phoenix OS,



    Phoenix OS - Multiple download options on the website
    Phoenix OS - Multiple download options on the website

    first, is the latest version based on Android 7.1 & the other version of Phoenix OS is based on android 5.1, these both versions have two installation options that are an exe installer and ISO image,

    Phoenix OS latest version based on Android 7.1
    Phoenix OS - The latest version based on Android 7.1

    Phoenix OS - Based on android 5.1
    Phoenix OS - Based on android 5.1



    there is one more way to download phoenix OS which automatically detects your device suits 32-bit or 64-bit if you want to use that you can,



    Phoenix OS - Automatically detects device 32-bit or 64-bit
    Phoenix OS - Automatically detects device 32-bit or 64-bit 

    but here I will be using android 7.1 based Phoenix OS to download it there are two download options, one is direct download & other is through mega, you can download it using option which is more comfortable to you in means of download speed,

    Phoenix OS - Two download options, direct download and through mega
    Phoenix OS - Two download options, direct download and through mega


    Creating a new drive to install Phoenix OS

    once the Phoenix OS has been downloaded, create a new drive to install phoenix OS by getting into disk management through right clicking on the start menu,



    Phoenix OS - Disk management right click start menu
    Phoenix OS - Disk management right click start menu

    after getting into disk management you will see multiple drives from one of those drives whichever drive have extra empty space, you have to shrink it and create a new drive for Phoenix OS,

    Phoenix OS - Disk management multiple drives
    Phoenix OS - Disk management multiple drives

    after creating a new drive allocate the amount of space you want to give for Phoenix OS installation, the more space you will give the better & faster it will be, you can allocate space between 4GB to 32GB

    Phoenix OS - Allocate space for installation
    Phoenix OS - Allocate space for installation

    Installing Phoenix OS on the new drive

    after creating & allocating space to the new drive, install Phoenix OS on it use the downloaded Phoenix OS file & double-click on it to start the installation process,



    Phoenix OS - Downloaded setup file installation
    Phoenix OS - Downloaded setup file installation

    once the Phoenix OS setup interface appears to you, click on install and select the drive letter which was named for the new drive, once again you have to confirm the amount of space you want to give for the Phoenix OS installation, select the amount of space as per the size of the drive you have created in the previous step,

    Phoenix OS - Setup interface select drive letter name
    Phoenix OS - Setup interface select drive letter name

    Phoenix OS - Drive size click install
    Phoenix OS - Drive size click install

    once all is done click on install and wait for installation completion, the wait time depends on how much space you have allocated, when the installation completes there will be three options 'restart now' 'remind later' or just 'okay' to ignore,

    Phoenix OS -  Wait installation completion
    Phoenix OS -  Wait for installation completion

    Phoenix OS - Installation completes three options 'restart now' 'remind later' Okay'
    Phoenix OS - Installation completes three options 'restart now' 'remind later' Okay'


    Restarting PC & Setting up Phoenix OS

    I recommend clicking on restart now, after restarting the system you will be directed into Phoenix OS wait until you see any Phoenix OS setup screen,



    Phoenix OS - Restarting system directed to setup screen.
    Phoenix OS - Restarting system directed setup screen.

    once you get on the Phoenix OS setup screen you will see language change option, just make it to English from Chinese,

    Phoenix OS - Setup screen language change option, English, Chinese
    Phoenix OS - Setup screen language change option, English, Chinese,

    after that, you will see 'User License Agreement' click on accept, then you will see Wi-fi setup & account creation just skip both as the default keyboard of OS will be of 'Baidu' which will make us difficult to type anything,

    Phoenix OS  - 'User License Agreement' click accept
    Phoenix OS  - 'User License Agreement' click accept

    Phoenix OS - Wi-fi - setup skip
    Phoenix OS - Wi-fi - setup skip

    Phoenix OS - account creation skip
    Phoenix OS - account creation skip

    Change keyboard language of Phoenix OS

    When you see the desktop screen of Phoenix OS change the default keyboard to Android keyboard so you can type anything without any difficulty,



    Phoenix OS - Desktop screen
    Phoenix OS - Desktop screen 

    Phoenix OS - Change default keyboard - android keyboard
    Phoenix OS - Change default keyboard - android keyboard


    Connect to Local Wi-Fi

    Connect to local Wi-Fi or even you can use ethernet to connect Internet for downloading apps/games from play store,

    Phoenix OS - Connect local Wi-Fi - Ethernet
    Phoenix OS - Connect local Wi-Fi - Ethernet


    Signing in Google Play & Installing an App

    once you're connected to your local Wi-fi or ethernet, sign in into your Google account and try to use play store to download an app,

    Phoenix OS -Sign in Google account
    Phoenix OS -Sign in Google account

    Phoenix OS -  Play store to download an app
    Phoenix OS -  Play store to download an app

    if these all things go well with no bugs then the Phoenix OS has been installed successfully & it is running flawlessly,

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