How to Install Android 12L on Windows 11?

Looking to Run Large Screen Android 12L on your Windows 11 PC. Here is the Detailed Guide to Install Android 12L on Windows 11 Computer.

You can install Android 12L on Windows 11 machine and I have played around with the operating system for knowledge. I’m delighted to witness the beginning of the Android tablet humble beginnings. Yes, Google is taking Android tablets or larger screens seriously, and this is the beginning of the iPad lineup competition. I have covered everything you need to know about running 12L on Windows 11, and I will show you how to set up the emulator in the system.

Windows 11 System Requirements to Run Android 12L

I don’t want to catch you by surprise and inform you that this is an official Android simulator from Google. If you are aware of the Windows system requirements to run an emulator, then move on to the next part of the tutorial.

  • Processor – Quad-Core CPU with threads
  • Minimum i5 or Ryzen 5 processor is required for the process.
  • 8GB RAM – A higher memory count is required to run Android on Windows.
  • GPU – Minimum GTX or AMD RX series

I’m not sure if the newer integrated AMD Vega series and Intel’s Iris Xe graphics can handle the two operating systems in the machine. The discrete GPU should have a minimum of 2GB VRAM.

  • Storage – 30GB free storage; Get an SSD for faster loading speeds.
  • InternetYou have to download Android Studio and packages over the internet, so you have to be prepared for the process. Connect your laptop or desktop to a Wi-Fi network so you can download approximately 3GB – 5GB packages over the internet.
  • Virtualization – Many modern AMD and Intel processors have Hyper-V or Intel Virtualization Technology in the CPU.

Unfortunately, I can’t show you how to enable virtualization from the BIOS. Every motherboard has a unique BIOS interface and names the technology differently, so you have to figure it out yourself.

You can Google the query and find results to enable Hyper-V in your BIOS. You cannot skip the virtualization part because the Android simulator won’t work in the system.

1. Install Android Studio

Android Studio is the flagship program offered by Google, and you need the program to try the new 12L on the Windows PC. Let me show you the way and install Android Studio on the PC.

  • Go to the Android Studio site.
  • Click on the “Download” button. Android Studio package size is around 1GB – 1.2GB.

(2) Download Andoid Studio

  • Run the executable program as administrator.

(3) Double-Click Android Studio To Open

  • The setup window will show up and click on the “Next” button.

(4) Click Next To Proceed

  • Select “Android Virtual Device“, then click on the “Next” button.

(5) Click Next To Proceed

  • Choose the installation folder, then click on the “Next” button.

(6) Choose Installation Destionation Folder

  • DeselectDo not create shortcuts“, then click on “Install“.

(7) Install Android Studio

Note: I couldn’t find the shortcut to open Android Studio on the PC due to a mistake. Make sure to deselect “Do not create shortcuts” to avoid a similar fate.

  • Let the program unpack the files and install them during the process.

(8) Android Studio Extracting The Package

  • Click on “Next” after the installation is finished.

(9) Installation Complete And Click Next

  • Select “Start Android Studio” then click on “Finish“.

(10) Launch Android Studio

The official Android emulator launches in the machine for the first time. Make sure to follow the next tutorial to avoid any problems while running the 12L version.

2. Setup Android Studio

It’s time to show you how to set up the Android Studio. So you don’t miss out on important updates and customizations.

  • Android Studio launches automatically in the system.
  • You can opt-in or opt-out from sending statistics to the service.

(2) Choose your preference

  • If there is any plugin update available, and do not hesitate to install it.

(3) Install Any Plugin Updates

  • Let the updates download.

(4) Let Plugins To Download Packages

  • Click on “Restart” after the updates are installed on the PC.

(5) Restart Android Studio

  • Click on “Next” after the program restarts.

(6) Click Next

  • Choose “Standard” then click on “Next” to continue.

(7) Click Next

  • Choose a theme, and I selected dark mode, then click on “Next“.

(8) Choose Theme

  • Click on “Finish“.

(9) Click Finish

  • The program will download components and unzip some files.

(10) Install The Packages

  • Click on “Finish”.

(11) Click Finish

The simulator is ready to roll the 12L edition.

3. Configure Android 12L in Windows 11

It’s time to set up the virtual device in the machine, and you have to follow my lead to replicate the settings to add a 12L tablet.

  • Launch Android Studio.
  • Click on “More actions” and choose “AVD Manager“.

(2) Click More Actions

  • Click on “Create virtual device“.

(3) Click Create Virtual Device

  • Click on “Tablet” from the side menu, then choose the “10.1 WXGA (Tablet)” option, and then click on the “Next” button.

(4) Choose Tablet And Version

  • Select “x86” to choose “Sv2 download” to view more options.

(5) Choose Android 12L And Click Next

  • Accept the agreements, then click on “Next” to continue.

(6) Accpet Agreement And Click Next

  • Wait till 12L is downloaded in the program.

(7) Let Android Studio Download 12L Packages

  • Click on “Finish“.

(8) Click Finish

  • Select “Sv2 Download” again, then click on “Next“.

(9) Click Next

  • Select “Landscape” then click on “Show Advanced Settings“.

(10) Click Show Advanced Settings

  • Copy the settings shown in the snapshot, then click on “Finish“.

(11) Click Finish
→ Select 1GB RAM.
→ Select 2GB storage.

  • Click on the “Play” icon under “Action” to start the Android emulator.

The Android 12L emulator will run smoothly in the system, and you don’t have to sign in or signup for a Google account.

4. How to Launch Android 12L in Windows 11?

Do not miss this part, or else you will end up spending hours trying to find out how to launch the installed 12L emulator.

  • Open Android Studio.
  • Click on “More actions” and choose “AVD Manager“.

(2) Select AVD Manager

  • Click on the “Play” icon under “Action” to start the Android emulator.

(3) Click Play Icon

  • Let “Starting AVD” run the simulator dependencies.

(4) Android Emulator is Launching

  • A blank player will show up on the screen, but be patient.

(5) Android Player Didn't Start

  • Google logo shows up on the screen with a loading bar.

(6) Android Player Starting

  • Android 12L emulator is on the screen.

(7) Android 12L

The entire process may seem lengthy, but it isn’t that complicated if you follow my lead. You may encounter complications, but it won’t happen as long as the system requirements are met.

What’s next?

By the way, the Android 12L was stuck on the black screen and didn’t open the next time. You can solve it by wiping the data in the emulator, and I have shown it above. Android 12L is fully functional, but it isn’t a replacement for a physical device, and you can’t use it to run apps. Let us know what do you think about the 12L edition in the comment section below.

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