How to Install Windows 10 & 11 on Android Device

Today’s mobile devices are much more powerful than the previous generation and this is one of the main reasons why these devices have become such a big part of our lives. Now many activities can be done faster on a mobile phone instead of a laptop or PC. Android mobile devices are best known for their flexibility and adaptability, which are loved by the users. Many of you may not know that you can now install Windows operating system on your Android device, which is by far the most popular operating system for PC and laptop on your Android device. Today we will tell you how to install Windows 10 & 11 on any Android device.

Install Windows on Any Android Phone (Snapdragon)

With Renegade-Project it is finally possible to install Windows on Android devices. This project gets a lot of attention and support from everyone, by installing it on your android device you can play all pc games on your android device. For example, you can play games like GTA 4 and many more.

Requirements

  • Renegade Project supported device, View the list here.
  • Basic computer knowledge.
  • Always make a backup.

Download all files on a USB flash drive (Pen Drive):

Download the PE 20h2pe_new.zip password (1234)
Download the dism++ Dism++
Download the SDM845 Drivers GitHub WOA Drivers.
Now extract the drivers for the device, check README.
Download the windows 10 arm64 iso UUP dump.
Download the UEFI releases edk2-porting/edk2-sdm845 GitHub
Download the divorced goodbye
Create a text file and copy and paste the following commands to your phone.

diskpart
select disk 0
list part
select part 17    # 17 is the number of your ESP partition
assign letter=Y
exit

bcdedit /store Y:\efi\microsoft\boot\bcd /set {Default} testsigning on
bcdedit /store Y:\efi\microsoft\boot\bcd /set {Default} nointegritychecks on

shutdown -s -t 0

Some devices may require a few more steps, so you can view the list of supported devices from the links above. What you did for Renegade Project official guide can follow.

Create partitions

First you need to have TWRP installed on your device. You can do this by searching your device name +TWRP on Google. You can flash TWRP recovery on your Android device by following the given guideline.

Now enter TWRP recovery and connect your device to the PC.

Open CMD as admin and run the command below.


adb push parted /sdcard/
adb shell
    • Partition your device again.

cp /sdcard/parted /sbin/ && chmod 755 /sbin/parted
umount /data && umount /sdcard
parted /dev/block/sda
rm 17                           
mkpart esp fat32 6559MB 7000MB    
mkpart pe fat32 7000MB 10000MB   
mkpart win ntfs 10000MB 70GB     
mkpart userdata ext4 70GB 125GB   
set 17 esp on              
quit 
    • Now you need to reformat all your new partitions.

mkfs.fat -F32 -s1 /dev/block/by-name/pe
mkfs.fat -F32 -s1 /dev/block/by-name/esp
mkfs.ntfs -f /dev/block/by-name/win
mke2fs -t ext4 /dev/block/by-name/उसेरदाता
    • Now mount PE partition as /mnt
mount /dev/block/by-name/pe /mnt 
    • Connect your USB to the OTG of the device and then copy PE
cp -r /usbstorage/20h2pe_new/* /mnt 
  • Then reboot the system with TWR Option.
  • Start up Android ko first. If it works, we can proceed to the next steps.

Install Windows on any Android. Install Windows on any Android

Now reboot the device in Fastmode

  1. Just Boot UEFI
    • fastboot boot boot-DEVICE.img
  2. Now enter the Windows PE
  3. After that, assign the Y letter to the ESP partition:
    • disk part
    • select disk 0
    • list part
    • select part 17
    • assign letter = Y exit
  4. Now we are finally there. All you need to do is install Windows ARM64.
  5. Run dism++ to install Windows:
    • Open File >> Apply Image
    • Select the location of the iso file.
    • Select the C:\ carrot (or D:\ if C:\ is PE partition), the destination where Windows should be installed.
    • Check now Add Boot choice.
    • Click ok, now you have to wait for the image to be applied.
  6. Now you need to install drivers:
    • Once everything is done, select the new Windows installation at the top and then click "Open Session"
    • Go to the Drivers section under Control Panel.
    • Click Add and navigate to the SDM845 Drivers folder.
    • Wait for the drivers to be installed.
  7. Activate Test Signing mode.
  8. bcdedit
    /store Y:\efi\microsoft\boot\bcd /set {Default} testsigning on bcdedit
    /store Y:\efi\microsoft\boot\bcd /set {Default} nointegritychecks on
  9. Now reboot to UEFI.
  10. Enjoy your Windows on Android device: !shutdown -s -t 0



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