Yes, you heard that right, its now possible to install Google Android (based mobile operating system) to your PC/laptop/netbook. A new project has been developed that will allow you to test this new mobile operating system in a virtual machine like VirtualBox, VMWare or any other equipment that could boot from a CD or USB memory. In the real, which does not even have to install it is so easy with the method, live CD. All you have to do is create a Live CD image of Google Android. Another way, like any other operating system, Android can be installed on your PC. This some article that show you how to install Android 2.2 Froyo on PC with dual boot Windows/Linux.
Install Android Froyo on your PC
2. Boot from the installation Android-x86 CD/USB, select the option “Install Android to harddisk”
3. Then choose the partition where you want to install Android x86 . You can create or modify partitions on the list. Its even possible to install Android on an external drive as a USB drive. If your device is not listed, try ‘Detect devices’. The good news is that Android installation can coexist with Linux partitions, without formatting, provided there ext3 file system on it.
4. Then Android installation prompts you to install the Grub bootloader. Choose yes. If there is an NTFS partition on the disk, the installer prompts you to create a starting point for Windows. You would have to add other operating systems boot to /grub/menu.lst manually e.g.
title Windows rootnoverify (hd0,0) chainloader +1
In this first 0 represents the unit and the second represents the number of partitions. 0.0 represents the first partition on the disk.
Sit back and finish the installation. You should see a success screen like the one below. You are now ready to restart in Android!