How To Install Android Apps on Windows 10 Mobile

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If your bored of using Windows phone then you can try this tutorial. In this article we will teach you “How To Install Android Apps On Windows 10 Mobile”.

Run Android Apps On Windows 10 Mobile

Step 1: Download wconnect and Android SDK ADB tool.

Step 2: Now unzip SDK, connect tool and install IpOverUsbInstaller.msi and vcredist_x86.exe. Make sure ADB commands are working.

Step 3: Open Windows 10 phone Settings > Update and security > Developers. Check developer mode and  turn on Device Discovery.

Step 4: Open command window on wconnect folder. Now you need to connect your phone and you can do it in two ways.

1.If you connect via USB, type wconnect.exe usb and hit enter   2.If you connect via Wi-Fi, type wconnect.exe 192.168.xxx.xxx (replace 192.168.xxx.xxx with your local network IP address)

Once done enter the paring code

Step 5: Now move to extracted adb folder and open an elevated command prompt.

Step 6: Type adb device to check if you device is connected.

Step 7: Now paste you APK file that you want to install on the same folder (adb folder) and type adb install APK_FILE_NAME_HERE.apk

After following the above steps wait for couple of minutes so that the android app will install on your Windows 10 Mobile.

Minimum requirements:

  • Latest build of Windows 10 for Desktop / PC and Windows 10 Mobile Preview.

Supported devices:

  • Nokia Lumia 920
  • Nokia Lumia 925
  • Nokia Lumia 929
  • Nokia Lumia 830
  • Nokia Lumia 930
  • Nokia Lumia 1020
  • Nokia Lumia 1520
  • Nokia Lumia 635
  • Nokia Lumia 730
  • Nokia Lumia 820
  • Nokia Lumia 535
  • Nokia Lumia 928

Here is a short video on How To Install Android Apps On Windows 10 Mobile

Note: Try this at your own risk, this may damage your device.

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2 thoughts on “How To Install Android Apps on Windows 10 Mobile

  • September 25, 2015 at 9:29 am
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    Is it possible to do this on Windows 10 Desktop PC?

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    • November 25, 2015 at 3:19 am
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      I assume you can. Its just entering commands in CMD

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