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Android 12 Emulator with Google Play: A Step-by-Step Tutorial


How to Run Android 12 on Your PC Using a Virtual Machine




Android 12 is the latest version of Google's mobile operating system, which brings a lot of new features and improvements to the user experience. Some of these features include a redesigned Material You UI, improved privacy and security settings, dynamic theming, smoother animations, and more. If you want to try out Android 12 on your PC, you can do so by using a virtual machine. A virtual machine is a software that emulates a physical device, allowing you to run different operating systems on your computer. In this article, we will show you how to set up an Android 12 virtual machine on your PC using Android Studio, as well as how to boot Android 12 on your PC using a generic system image (GSI).


What is Android 12 and Why You Should Try It




Android 12 is the latest major update to Google's mobile operating system, which was released in October 2021. It is the successor of Android 11, which was released in September 2020. Android 12 introduces many new features and improvements that aim to enhance the user experience, performance, privacy, and security of the platform. Some of the most notable features of Android 12 are:




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  • A redesigned Material You UI that adapts to your wallpaper, preferences, and mood. You can customize the color palette, shapes, icons, fonts, and animations of your device.



  • Improved privacy and security settings that give you more control over your data and permissions. You can see which apps are accessing your microphone, camera, or location in real-time, and revoke their access with one tap. You can also use Privacy Dashboard to see how often apps access your sensitive data.



  • Dynamic theming that changes the appearance of your device based on the time of day, weather, or other factors. You can also use themed icons that match your wallpaper or system color scheme.



  • Smoother animations and transitions that make your device feel more responsive and fluid. You can also enjoy faster app launch times, better memory management, and lower battery consumption.



  • More features such as scrolling screenshots, one-handed mode, quick tap gestures, app pairs, conversation widgets, game dashboard, face detection auto-rotate, improved media controls, smart reply, and more.



If you want to experience these features and more on your PC, you can do so by using a virtual machine.


What is a Virtual Machine and How Does It Work




A virtual machine is a software that emulates a physical device, allowing you to run different operating systems on your computer. A virtual machine consists of two components: a host machine and a guest machine. The host machine is your actual computer that runs the virtualization software. The guest machine is the virtual device that runs inside the host machine. The virtualization software creates a virtual environment that isolates the guest machine from the host machine, providing it with its own resources such as CPU, RAM, disk space, network connection, etc. The guest machine can run any operating system that is compatible with the virtualization software.


The advantages of using a virtual machine are:


You can run multiple operating systems on one computer without want to test their apps on different devices that support Project Treble. Project Treble is an initiative by Google that aims to make Android updates faster and easier for device manufacturers by separating the hardware-specific code from the Android framework code. A device that supports Project Treble can run any GSI that matches its architecture and partition layout. However, using a GSI may not be as stable or compatible as using a device-specific system image, and it may void your warranty or damage your device. Therefore, you should only use a GSI if you know what you are doing and at your own risk.


One of the easiest ways to boot Android 12 on your PC using a GSI is to use Bliss OS. Bliss OS is a custom Android-based operating system that is designed to run on PCs and laptops. It supports both legacy BIOS and UEFI boot modes, and it can be installed on a hard drive, a USB drive, or a virtual machine. Bliss OS also supports GSI flashing, which means you can use it to boot Android 12 on your PC using a GSI. To do so, you need to follow these steps:


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Download and Install Bliss OS




Before you can use Bliss OS, you need to download and install it on your PC. You can download Bliss OS from its official website. The installation process is similar to installing any other operating system on your PC. You can choose to install Bliss OS alongside your existing operating system (dual boot) or replace your existing operating system (single boot). You can also choose to install Bliss OS on a USB drive or a virtual machine. For this guide, we will assume that you have installed Bliss OS on a hard drive in dual boot mode.


Flash the Android 12 GSI on Your PC




After installing Bliss OS, you need to flash the Android 12 GSI on your PC. A GSI is usually provided as a zip file that contains the system image and some metadata files. You can download the Android 12 GSI from Google's website or from other sources such as XDA Developers. Make sure that you download the correct GSI for your device architecture (x86, x86_64, arm, arm64) and partition layout (A-only or A/B). You also need to have at least 8 GB of free space on your hard drive for the GSI. To flash the Android 12 GSI on your PC, you need to follow these steps:


  • Copy the Android 12 GSI zip file to your PC.



  • Reboot your PC and choose Bliss OS from the boot menu.



  • On the Bliss OS welcome screen, click on Advanced Options and then select GSI Installer.



  • On the GSI Installer screen, click on Browse and locate the Android 12 GSI zip file that you copied to your PC.



  • Click on Install and wait for the flashing process to complete. You may see some warnings or errors during the process, but you can ignore them as long as the flashing is successful.



  • Click on Reboot and choose Bliss OS from the boot menu again.



Boot and Use Android 12 on Your PC




Now that you have flashed the Android 12 GSI on your PC, you can boot and use it by following these steps:


  • On the Bliss OS welcome screen, click on Advanced Options and then select GSI Boot.



  • You will see the boot animation of Android 12 on your PC. Wait for it to finish loading.



  • You will see the welcome screen of Android 12 on your PC. Follow the setup wizard to complete the initial configuration of your device such as language, network, Google account, etc.



  • You will see the home screen of Android 12 on your PC. You can explore the features and apps of Android 12 by swiping, tapping, or clicking on the screen.



  • To exit Android 12, press Ctrl+Alt+Del on your keyboard or click on Power Off from the notification panel.



Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to run Android 12 on your PC using a virtual machine or a generic system image. Both methods have their advantages and disadvantages, and you can choose the one that suits your needs and preferences. Running Android 12 on your PC can be a fun and useful way to test and experience the latest features and improvements of Google's mobile operating system. However, y


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