Smartphones is conquering the world and in 5 – 10 years, Smartphone operating system will outrank Windows and Mac. Android got over 50% of the Smartphone operating system market share and will still grow, but if Windows phone 8 becomes a success, they might grab some market shares. Many people would like to use Android apps in Windows, because it’s nice to have a small screen when you’re at work or travel, but when you’re at home, it’s nice to watch pictures and play games on a big screen.
How To Run Android Apps In Windows?
Playing Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja or other funny Android games on your PC is not impossible. There is a free emulator available that allows you to run apps that you have downloaded on your Android phone on your PC. It’s called App player and is developed by BlueStacks. According to BluesStacks, App player has the ability to play almost every app available at Google Play. You can run App Player in Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. There’s a Mac version available too.
How To Install Android USB Drivers On PC?
To be able to access your Smartphone through a PC you need to download and install the Android USB driver. To automatically install the Android USB driver is easy, just download and unzip the program and click and run DPInst.exe in the program folder. All you need to do is to follow the steps in the installation wizard and complete the process. You can also install the Android USB driver manually, but why do that when it’s so easy to just install it automatically.
If you need to download drivers for your Smartphone, such as Samsung, HTC or LG, all you need to do is to visit the manufacturer’s website and get it from there, or download the Smartphone drivers for Windows here: Samsung USB Driver, HTC Sync and Android USB Driver for LG. Every Smartphone manufacturer got its own Android drivers but the Android USB driver should work for all phones. If you just follow the installation wizards, playing Android games and watching pictures and videos on your PC should be no problem.
Other Android Drivers For PC!
The Google USB Driver is available from the SDK Manager. It is necessary for some devices but most manufacturer’s provides their own USB drivers for Windows. Intel has also developed an Android USB driver. It supports Android Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich and Windows 7, Vista and XP. You need to have the Intel Atom Processor Z2460 in your Smartphone to be able to run the USB driver. You can always check the OEM USB Drivers list for your specific Android phone and download the right USB drivers.
Getting access to your personal pictures and videos on all your devices such as laptops, desktops, Smartphones and Tabs is important. It makes it easier to backup your files on many different places and also watch what you want where ever you are. It is so easy to install the App player and Android USB drivers for Windows, so don’t make it hard for yourself, install these tools today.