Finally Android apps on Windows Devices Install Android apps on Windows 10 Devices

Install Android apps on Windows 10 Devices

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Here is the list of supported devices:

Nokia Lumia 920
Nokia Lumia 925
Nokia Lumia 929 (icon)
Nokia Lumia 830
Nokia Lumia 930
Nokia Lumia 1520
Nokia Lumia 635 (1GB RAM variant)
Nokia Lumia 730
Nokia Lumia 820
Nokia Lumia 435
Nokia Lumia 928


Note:
* Do not disconnect the device while an apk is installing.
* Do not reboot while your phone has Developer Mode Activated.


Regarding Errors
1. Status 9 - connection problem

If this happens, unregister you device using "Windows Phone Developper
Registration 8.1", tool provided alongside Windows Phone 8.1 SDK, or
download the lite version from here. Afterwards you will be able to access
Developer settings again. Or Hard reset, your choice.


2. Status 14 - device not supported

Either your device is unsupported or you haven't installed "Developer
Enhacements" update
To install Developer enhacements update, install Windows Insider from Store
and Enroll, then check phone updates. It should show up there.


3. Developer menu crashes, wconnect app hangs

If this happens, unregister you device using "Windows Phone Developper
Registration 8.1", tool provided alongside Windows Phone 8.1 SDK, or
download the lite version from here.Afterwards
you will be able to access Developer settings again. Or Hard reset, your
choice.


4. Notification toggles flashing
Just reboot, but remember to disable Developer Mode first.

Procedure & Installation 
1. Download the package from here and install it.
2. Follow app instructions.


Video Guide:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DicpcHC1bgk

Currently the compatible smartphones include Lumia 435, 635 with 1GB RAM,
730, 820, 830, 920, 925, 928, Icon, 930, and Lumia 1520. Those should run
on Windows 10 Mobile.

Warning- Note that this may brick your device and void your warranty, so it's
recommended to be familiar what exactly you'll be doing.

Last spring Microsoft confirmed Android and iOS app compatibility for 
Windows 10 Mobile, but it wasn't supposed to be as easy as installing the 
entire Google framework. But who knows, maybe everyone should be able to
install Android (or iOS) apps after some future Microsoft update. Apparently
Microsoft is open to anything these days.

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