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How To Raspberry Pi have a siiiiimple step-by-step for running Android (with Play Store) on a Pi, using not-much-more than a few Terminal commands.
This article will explain how to install and configure Android 7.1.1 (with the Play Store) on your raspberry pi.
Above all, it is important to point out that this is only an experimental setup. No version of Android is officially compatible with the raspberry pi and therefore the version we will install is not optimized for our dear motherboard. It is therefore difficult today to use Android on a daily basis on its raspberry pi even if the installation we are going to present turns relatively well.
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