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Android apps are made for ARM environment while Windows runs on x64/x86.


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On 4/21/2017 at 4:24 PM, Dat Guy said:

That's only for Android NDK. 


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Phone: Samsung Galaxy S6

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I'm also using Andriod mobile and didn't about we can use an Andriod app in windows. Did anyone suggest me about is it really we can use an Andriod app in windows 10? If it then how can we use it anyone guides me?

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There is no way in hell that you could run such two different architectures. Tho there are options like emulators(genymotion) or screensharing of another "real" android device with something like teamviewer (there should be some alternatives for android, i know non of them)

 

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